Johnny worked as a wrangler at the Elkhorn dude ranch, but he lived only for the rodeo—until he met Sue.
He graduated in 1859 as 18th wrangler, and from 1861 to 1867 was senior professor of the Royal College, Mauritius.
But there was a something about Mr. wrangler that he didn't fancy.
During this speech, to which Billy listened with great attention and some little awe, he examined Mr. wrangler carefully.
"Oh, no, this kind of a wrangler isn't," laughed the foreman.
Thence he proceeded to Cambridge, where he graduated seventh wrangler in 1754.
The saddle horses in charge of the horse "wrangler" accompany the wagon.
The air was laden with the breath of strife, as the Cambridge term "wrangler," which has survived to our day, plainly testifies.
If you desire to live, learn how to kill, for wine is a wrangler.
Our wrangler arose and strolled away from the fire under the pretense of repicketing his horse.