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Shep·herd

(shep'hĕrd),
Francis J., Canadian surgeon, 1851-1929. See: Shepherd fracture.
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For most sheepherders, your companionship is reward enough for sharing information, Jay cautions about being too generous.
The interpreter did; the sheepherder replied briefly and quietly.
Although it has since compensated the sheepherders for their losses, the Army still says the evidence about the sheep deaths is inconclusive.
Lesser known are these carvings in the Great Basin and other mountainous parks of the West, commonly associated with sheepherders.
For a short time, while living in Turkey, he even worked as a sheepherder.
Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) and Katie Henio, a traditional Navajo sheepherder and weaver and community volunteer
He reportedly escaped with just $55,000 of his illegal haul and is said to be working as a sheepherder in Iran.
Almost every magazine that has an interest in sheep or goats will sooner or later run an article on guardian dogs and their contribution to the home-steader, sheepherder, manager, owner or industry.
She is a traditional Navajo sheepherder and weaver and has served as leader, healer, and teacher to her community.
A sheepherder found the Bradshaws' bodies off Hodge Road, about 13 miles south of Barstow, a month later on March 26.
Of all the cooperative's photographers, the youngest, Maruch Santiz Gomez, a twenty-one-year-old sheepherder from the hamlet of Cruzton, outside San Juan de Chamula, is rapidly becoming the best known.
Most prominent in this largely urban crowd are the ranching people: an estanciero in high leather boots and riding jacket, a Basque sheepherder, or the many ranch hands who can be seen grooming their charges with electric clippers, hair blowers, even handheld vacuum cleaners.