Cowboy Language Barrier

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From the Western Horseman By Kelli Neubert   Sometimes it’s hard to feel understood in this big, wide world. Granted, I spend a good portion of my time around other people who understand what I do for a living. Their diction involves a lot of equine, bovine and Western terminology. Sure,…

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Hawaii’s cowboys: A dying breed?

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By Dany Mitzman Appeared in BBC News Hawaii’s cowboys, or paniolo, date back to 1798 and their modern-day equivalents are trying to preserve the tradition. But are they a dying breed? We usually associate cowboys with American states like Texas, California and New Mexico, but Hawaii has its own strong cowboy…

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