wrangler

[rang-gler]
noun
1.
a cowboy, especially one in charge of saddle horses.
2.
a person who wrangles or disputes.
3.
(at Cambridge University, England) a person placed in the first class in the mathematics tripos.

Origin:
1505–15; wrangle + -er1; (def 1) orig. horse-wrangler, probably partial translation of Mexican Spanish caballerango groom, stable boy, with -erango suggesting wrangler

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wrangler (ˈræŋɡlə)
 
n
1.  one who wrangles
2.  (Western US), (Canadian) a herder; cowboy
3.  a person who handles or controls animals involved in the making of a film or television programme: a snake wrangler
4.  (Brit) (at Cambridge University) a candidate who has obtained first-class honours in Part II of the mathematics tripos. The wrangler with the highest marks is called the senior wrangler

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Example sentences
These creatures are being pursued by a high-tech wrangler who has traded a horse for a helicopter.
Wrangler has taken several additional steps to address its citizenship problem.
Normally, on a photo shoot, it is the job of a well-paid cake wrangler to look after such details.
Backcountry camping and wrangler camping are also available.
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