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Agencies are popping up with promises to shepherd brands into the gaming ecosystem.
She shepherded the two girls upstairs by the staircase, instead of the elevator, as if she wanted them to be conspicuous.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
On the first night she had stayed up after Lady Pentyre had shepherded the women of the party to bed.
LADY LILITHSTEPHEN MCKENNA
They shepherded me to Gallipoli, one each side of me and one astern, evidently expecting me to be caught by the nets there.
SEA WARFARERUDYARD KIPLING
There is but little doubt that they were shepherded into the position in which they were called upon to fight at Doornkop.
THE TRANSVAAL FROM WITHINJ. P. FITZPATRICK
It was on Latmos, not Ida, that Endymion shepherded his flocks; but that is of no moment, except to schoolmasters.
The eight were shepherded out of the apartment rapidly, and when they were gone Hawkes turned to face Alan.
STARMAN'S QUESTROBERT SILVERBERG
The thirteen fair, shepherded by Lionel Belmont, passed out into the murmurous summer night of the Strand.
Unconsciously he had fallen into the soft patronizing tone in which aforetime he had shepherded a Sunday school.
THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
New congregations sprang up in the towns and in the country, and were shepherded by faithful ministers.

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