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What do you call a man who takes care of sheep in the field?
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What do you call a man who takes care of sheep in the field?

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  1. Aug 19th 2010, 13:02
    Shouldn't this be "SHEEPS in the field"?
  2. Aug 19th 2010, 13:04
    Sheep is plural invariant. One sheep, two sheep, three sheep...
  3. Aug 19th 2010, 13:07
    I see, thanks.

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