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COW. In a penal statute which mentions both cows and beefer's, it was held that by the term cow, must be understood one that had a calf. 2 East, P. C. 616; 1 Leach, 105.

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8220;We hold The National Day of the American Cowboy near and dear to our hearts since its founding in 2004,” says Associate Editor Lauren Feldman.
It was at this time that a renaissance of the cowboy occurred in American popular culture.
and Zane Grey, have documented the life of a cowboy through more than
Cowboy poetry is an oral folk art that's been around since after the Civil War, when trail drivers bringing herds of Texas longhorns north to the Kansas railheads swapped stories and tall tales around the campfire at night.
And not all cowboy - and cowgirl - poets have rural roots, she said.
Singing Cowboys and Musical Mountaineers" is a very enlightening read regarding the roots of Country music and provides the definitive explanation and history of the connection between Country music [southern folk music] and cowboy hats.
We hope you enjoy reading about this "small Western cowboy town.
Penney also will stock Cowboy merchandise in 400 stores elsewhere in the country, where half of all Cowboy licensed merchandise is sold, but on a non-exclusive basis.
Membership in the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS), the governing body of most cowboy action shooting, is fast approaching 50,000.
Leroy Watts, founding member of the association and editor of the book 'Missouri Cowboy Poetry', says that a cowboy poet is anyone who is a "cowboy at heart" and writes poems in rhyming, metered verse.
The cowboy shooter who'd been counting my hits smiled at me and nodded encouragingly.