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Her earlier work – colorful, highly glazed, and smaller in scale – hearken to Meissen figurines of porcelain shepherdesses and gentlemen.
Rosalind’s best friend and cousin, the urbane Celia (in a mellifluous portrayal by Stella Baker), is yet another character in disguise — as a shepherdess.
Actors playing sheep and a shepherdess instruct the crowd in the finer points of baaa-ing and hoof-bumping.
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SHEPHERDESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shepherdess for English Language Learners
: a woman whose job is to take care of sheep
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