Origin of long horn
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How to use long horn in a sentence
The Texas Longhorn football team will finish in the top five nationally.
Willie Morris was a hero to our small band of Longhorn liberals in the Age of Reagan.
The Longhorn or “Dishley” breed of cattle is one of the most interesting historically.
Longhorn versus thoroughbred, and Daddy indulges and encourages him in the plan.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
There was not a longhorn among them; there has not been a longhorn on the range for many years.The Passing of the Frontier|Emerson Hough
The new longhorn, however good for the grazier, was not a good milker.A Short History of English Agriculture|W. H. R. Curtler
Peets gives this saddle-tinted longhorn a four-bit piece, an' he tells this yarn.How The Raven Died|Alfred Henry Lewis