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windshield cowboy

windshield cowboy
 n.— «“We don’t ride horses at our ranch,” first lady Laura Bush told CNN. “My husband is what’s called ‘the windshield cowboy.’ That means we ride a pickup.”» —“Bush has brush with an old Texas foe: pesky cedar” by Julie Mason in Crawford Houston Chronicle (Texas) Aug. 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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