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A derogatory term used as either an adjective or a noun
adjective Referring to a doctor who performs surgery, but isn’t fully qualified and is thus known as a 'cowboy surgeon'
noun A doctor who performs a type of surgery—e.g., a hair transplant—with little experience for the procedure
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Chapters 3 through 6 get to the heart of the topic, as Lause describes the high ranch profits and stagnant wages of cowboys that initiated the strikes.
'As our name 'Cowboy' implies, our resto bar is the place of people who easily get along with others.
This addresses the musical need of 20 to 30 percent of its loyal clients that saw Cowboy Grill's humble beginnings as part of Golden Pizza, Inc.'s endeavors.
Daughter Danielle said people in the area do double takes when they see her cowboy dad walking down the street.
These transcriptions are extremely helpful when referencing the works included in this edition because most other collections of cowboy song, including Jack Thorp's highly influential Songs of the Cowboys and John and Alan Lomax's Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads include, at best, only one line of music for each song--and these are often of questionable provenance.
But do we need a live-action Cowboy Bebop TV series?
The Ruckers are working closely with American Cowboy Ammo partners during the transition.
"When I learned to use a duck call, that's when it was curtains for so many ducks, because I could get them in close," Cowboy said.
The Director of the Namibian Aircraft Accident Investigation Division, Captain Ericksson Nengola expressed his satisfaction with the professionalism of the Cowboy's team.
Though the Cowboy insisted that there was no bad blood between them, he threatened a lawsuit unless the Indian joined his company, Naked Cowboy Enterprises, a franchise that also included Naked Cowgirls and other entertainers.
The cowboy needs no one but his horse, and perhaps a sidekick or two to share the trail with.