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  • n. Plural form of wrangler.


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  • My own main worry was about finding our car in the melee after the show, but soon learned that well-trained kids—called wranglers—kept track of the limos and got us to ours safely.


  • Yes, there are lexicographers in Jack Lynch's book, but it's really a history of English peevology, populated by word wranglers as different as John Dryden and

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  • Among the wranglers are a devious prince with a secret (Sebastian Stan), a beautiful princess with a secret vow (Allison Miller), a duplicitous brother-in-law (Dylan Baker), and two more biblically influenced characters: the prophet Samuels (Eamonn Walker) and General Abner (Wes Studi).

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  • … then click on the Letter to the Editor on the left hand side and go to typ'n! yee haw! the wranglers is a comin '!!!

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  • For a degree it was sufficient to do Part I and Part II: the famous "wranglers" are those who are in the first class in Part II.

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  • I think it was a crucial leap: to talk about "wranglers" rather than "end-users".


  • So the kinds of questions I've turned to him for regard how to nudge people away from being "end users" and towards being "wranglers"; and about how to transition from being a "hacker toy" to "major infrastructure".


  • After the dog and pony show, the devices were behind glass cases, and face time with the product nearly impossible, with crowds of media cognoscenti dying for that minute or two of handling the device, circling around the product execs cum Kindle-wranglers like hungry wolves.

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  • What it is: "Sweetgrass" is a documentary about thousands of sheep and their profanity-spewing wranglers during a final summer trek through the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains of Montana.

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  • There's also a 33,000-square-foot clubhouse, fly-fishing guides and horses and wranglers that can take members camping.

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  • During the nineteenth century, mathematical education at British Universities was largely oriented towards preparing students for the Tripos examinations. Those who placed in the first class were known as Wranglers, and were assured of a successful future in any profession. Those who placed in the second and third classes were known as Senior and Junior Optimes.

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