Definitions

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  • n. The activity of herding sheep

Etymologies

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sheep +‎ herding

Examples

  • These are complex personalities, their cerebral cortexes shimmering with floating worlds, universes that would have floored our sheepherding, fig-eating, analog ancestors.

    'Super Sad True Love Story'

  • Emma Goldman entertaining epiphany extreme sheepherding

    Back to the Books

  • Which was then connected to ancestral clannish/tribal mentality, sheepherding vs. crop tending ...

    j'ai tu�� l'arabe �� cause du soleil

  • Labor force—by occupation: agriculture: 95% (mostly sheepherding and fishing) industry and services: 5% (1996)

    Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)

  • Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) agriculture: 95% (mostly sheepherding and fishing) industry and services: 5% (1996)

    Labor force-by occupation

  • Hoggert enters Babe in a sheepherding competition, confounding the officials and embarrassing his sweet dumpling of a wife, Esme (Magda Szubanski).

    The Pig Who Mistook Himself For A Dog

  • This prof. is the one I pulled a foot-in-mouth maneuver initially, comparing her research with inter-animal communication (a la the peaceful act sheepherding) to my pheasant hunting trip with my dad.

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  • "Because our fortune rests on sheepherding, we bind the spirits of wolves into rings to protect our herds and make our family prosper."

    Spirit Gate

  • It was once a big sheepherding area that was depopulated by emigration.

    readersguide Diary Entry

  • The domestication of the camel, around 1000 B.C.E., made possible a Northern Arabian nomadic culture based on goat-herding and sheepherding.

    b. Economy, Technology, Society, and Culture

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