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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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But perhaps the hottest ticket this year is the legendary Steve Earle - troubador, drug survivor and cowpoke prophet - who plays at the ChilliFest Marquee on Sunday.
Finally, I try being a cowpoke going after strays - fish that have broken through the netting and are loose in a pond 10 times larger than the temporary pen.
In real-life Southern California, though, it can seem a lot easier to slip City Slickers H into your VCR than to find a ranch that will turn you from tenderfoot to cowpoke.
DEXTER - Next to his horse, a cowpoke in the early American West was likely to be most fond of the game of poker.
Contrary to the classic grizzled, hard-drinking cowpoke image, today's bull riders look like other muscle-bound athletes -- albeit with uniform drawls, denim, plaid shirts and six-gallon hats.
The cowpoke still shaves with a blowtorch - don't try that at home, kids - but has been made to cover up his six-shooter, making his holster resemble a purse from Prada.
A RIGHTEOUS lynch mob makes the mistake of stringing up innocent cowpoke Clint Eastwood for rustling.
In these sleepy towns, you'll find cowpoke cafes and 50s-style motels (we note a few exceptions), with time-travel prices (our lodging costs averaged $45 a night).