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A shepherd /ˈʃɛpərd/ or sheepherder is a person who tends, herds, feeds, or guards herds of .... the provider of milk, which was a rare, seasonal commodity in ancient Sumer due to the fact that it could not easily be stored without spoiling.

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Aug 18, 2014 ... A shepherd is someone who looks after sheep. Shepherds usually take the sheep out into fields so that they can graze (eat the grass).

www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/wp20121101/the-shepherd

Nov 1, 2012 ... SHEPHERDS are mentioned dozens of times throughout the Bible, from the first book, Genesis, to the last, Revelation. (Genesis 4:2; Revelation ...

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Jun 28, 2018 ... A shepherd may have to look after as many as 1000 animals, ... Most shepherds take care of sheep, although they may be responsible for goats as well. .... A Job Description for a Zoologist Who Studies Large Felines · Facts ...

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The Jews of Bible times were first shepherds and then farmers, but they ...... and goats perished, not so much from the cold as from the fact that they could get no ...

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Unusual facts about sheep. ... Sheep and shepherds are mentioned 247 times in the Bible. bullet, Sheep have appeared on banknotes. The example below is a ...

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Jun 8, 2016 ... German Shepherd Dogs are among the most popular breeds in the world, consistently in the top five AKC breed rankings for most years these ...

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fig. a member of the clergy who provides spiritual care and guidance for a congregation. ▫ short for German shepherd [1]. • v. [tr.] [usu. as n.] (shepherding) tend ...

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Dec 17, 2015 ... In this excerpt from the book, Croteau discusses the first visitors at the manger — the shepherds. Were they the societal and religious outcasts ...