Examples of herder in a Sentence
the nomadic reindeer herders of Siberia live in reindeer-skin tents
Recent Examples of herder from the Web
And one ancient African herder showed influence from even farther abroad, with 38% of their DNA coming from outside Africa.
The biggest threats to the animals are rapid human population growth and the influx of herders, along with refugees fleeing regional conflicts.
Many work as cattle herders or as domestic servants.
Reporting on dog ownership in Beijing, Michael Wines of the New York Times writes that dogs were once primarily used for functional purposes—as guards, herders, or meals.
More than 30 people were killed in the northeastern Bouna region in Ivory Coast last year, the worst-ever outbreak of violence there between farmers and herders, while in Niger a November raid attributed to farmers left at least 20 people dead.
Most nomadic herders are ethnic Fulani, a mainly Muslim people who used to control swathes of West Africa in the 19th century.
Many of those moving across the border are cattle herders, and the Lord's Resistance Army, as well as several different rebel groups, could all also carry the virus around.
Herders, nomads and tribal villagers were living here when intrepid Westerners began visiting in the 17th century.
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Definition of Herder
Johann Gottfried von 1744–1803 German philosopher
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