herdboy


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herdboy

(ˈhɜːdˌbɔɪ)
n
(Agriculture) a boy who looks after a herd
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This aroused vindictive conflict with Kikuyu power brokers who saw in it an ungrateful herdboy angling for gatekeeper of state resources.
A COMPARISON OF CHEN YI'S AND BURTON WATSON'S TRANSLATIONS OF THE POEM "TIAO TIAO QIAN NIU XING" Chen Yi's Translation Burton Watson's Translation (42) Far, far away the Cowherd, and Far far away, the Herdboy Star; Bright, sparkling, the Bright bright, the lady of weaving Maid.
Kilmer or from Herdboy to College President (North Newton, Kan.
The HerdBoy is an inspiring book set in South Africa.
These three, along with Edward Arthur Walton's A Daydream (1885) and The Herdboy (1886), George Henry's Noon and The Hedgecutter and Hornel's Potato Planting (all c.
Interweaving stories from his childhood as a herdboy in Transkei; his education; and work as a professor, tax collector, assessor, prosecutor, and magistrate, Ndima offer insights into the relevancy and irrelevancy of principles and procedures of official Roman-Dutch law in the lives and sense of justice of indigenous peoples.
This story is told a little less dispassionately because of Verga's fondness for the protagonist, his endearing herdboy, who lives out in the fields with the horses he herds, and whose innocence and goodness go back before the Fall.
And Joao's singing is a reminder of just how unimaginative and hidebound within specific musical styles most vocalists are - she can sound like an operatic soprano, a cool bossa novan, an African herdboy, a scatting jazz singer, a fado blueswoman, a wailing muezzin.
Corporate lawyer Sean Raine (helmer Gavin Hood) and his wife, Jennifer (Janine Eser), are canoeing in Zululand when they make the acquaintance of herdboy Sipho (Loyiso Gxwala).