horse trader


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horse-trad·ing

(hôrs′trā′dĭng)
n.
Negotiation characterized by hard bargaining and shrewd exchange: political horse-trading.

horse trade n.
horse′-trade′ v.
horse trader n.
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Noun1.horse trader - a hard bargainer
bargainer, dealer, monger, trader - someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
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When Woodman became a horse trader in Kyrgyzstan, Scott leapt out of her chair.
PRISON FOR HORSE OWNER A HORSE trader from County Durham was jailed last year after leaving his animals to starve in biting winter cold.
Horse trader Mr Reeder was found bloodied in the street and rushed to hospital with substantial bleeding and multiple fractures to his skull.
Family man and horse trader Michael Kohlhaas (Mikkelsen) suffers an injustice at the hands of a young baron and when the law fails to give redress he takes up the sword.
Wronged by a local baron and with his wife murdered, Mikkelsen's 16th-century horse trader sets about raising an army to mete out revenge.
This fair is decades old and is being organised from the time of our father and grand father and is very famous across India," said a horse trader, Ganesh Yadav.
The Leeds-born daughter of a Romany mother and horse trader father, Norma came into the Burniston family after meeting Redcar lad Tom Burniston at Doncaster's racecourse.
He worked for more than 30 years for Georgia- Pacific in the Irving Road division and was a lifelong livestock and horse trader.
After an hour I was convinced that Harry Reid was much more effective as a whore trader than a horse trader.
He sent an experienced horse trader, Henry Wayne, to the camel markets in Alexandria and Smyrna.
Horse trader James Gray, 45, and his son James Gray Junior, 16, were found guilty of 11 charges under the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
GARY NUTTING is an award winning national champion tipster and founder of Horse trader, the betting and exchange trading specialists, www.