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Meaning of vaqueros by Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz




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The Cowboys were a few very popular characters in the legendary West of the United States of North America in the 19th century; they were responsible for the care of the cattle ranches or farms in that territory. On their days off, the Cowboys went to the saloon in the nearest town, where it was very common to find with other characters such as the Sheriff, the Bandit, the gunman, the hero, the gambler, rancher, outsider, Indian, etc. All these characters enjoyed the attention of the " girls glad " the saloon or lounge.

  

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