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  • n. Alternative spelling of cattle drive.


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  • A self-described “midlist author,” McMurtry is best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning cattle-drive saga Lonesome Dove 1985, although he has written better novels and worse—thirty in all.

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  • The cattle-drive northward from Texas between the years 1866 and 1885 was approximately as follows:

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • Men there working on schedule started the cattle-drive.

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  • Stone-fishing is in reality a fish - drive, similar in principle to a rabbit-drive or a cattle-drive, though in the latter affairs drivers and driven operate in the same medium, while in the fish-drive the men must be in the air to breathe and the fish are driven through the water.

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  • On the other side of the mill-pond was an open place called the Cross, because it was three - quarters of one, two lanes and a cattle-drive meeting there.

    The Trumpet-Major

  • Nylon, Pantyhose and Horses is my account of an 85 mile cattle-drive that took me from Ashcroft to Kamloops, British Columbia way back in 1994.

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  • Time to lasso this geriatric legislator and cattle-drive her to the local Panda Express, where we shall force feed her orange chicken and chow mein until she pukes and cries Charlie!

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  • • Monologue: Dave strode out sporting the unemployed-guy beard he'd grown - he said quite accurately that he looked like "a missing hiker" and "a cattle-drive cook."

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  • Cowboys have a bye week followed by a cattle-drive to Texas A&M Oct. 10.


  • The most recognizable stars of Baz Luhrmann's cattle-drive drama "Australia" are Nicole Kidman and Hugh ...

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