sheepherding


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sheep·herd·er

 (shēp′hûr′dər)
n.
A person who herds sheep, especially on an open range; a shepherd.

sheep′herd′ing n.

sheepherding

(ˈʃiːpˌhɜːdɪŋ)
n
(Agriculture) the act of herding or tending sheep
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Hira people were employed in agriculture and sheepherding.
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Removing the tale from the religious context (some critics fault Diamant for presenting Leah and Rachel, two of Jacob's wives, as polytheistic, for instance), Diamant re-creates Jacob's tent city and his family's sheepherding life while exploring Dinah's personal story.
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