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Taffy was the name of this fellow from Denbigh, in Wales, and he was a drover.

The drover rode into the yard, and drove the cow out himself.

The drover calls to the boy, "Stop that cow, my lad, stop that cow."

In driving cattle the drover should have no dog, which will only annoy them.

After a day's rest I crossed the ferry with the cattle, assisted by the drover.

Brown, who was very clever, had raised himself from being an Irish drover.

"Ye've cut him short," he said at length, swinging round on the drover.

The drover provided him a hearty breakfast in the morning, and Noddy was in no haste.

I do not see what is amiss in the life of a drover, such as I hope to be one of these days.

I saw my drover in John Street, too, but could not speak to him.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c. (late 13c. as a surname), agent noun from drove (n.).

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