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windshield cowboy

windshield cowboy
 n.— «Spahnie, who teamed with Johnny Sain to lead the old Boston Braves to a 1948 National League pennant, now calls himself a “windshield cowboy.” A bad knee keeps him from riding the range horseback to round up his Herefords.» —“At 69, DiMag is riding high” by Murray Olderman The News (Frederick, Maryland) Feb. 18, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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