horseshoer


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horseshoer

(ˈhɔːsˌʃuːə)
n
any person who shoes horses
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Noun1.horseshoer - a person who shoes horseshorseshoer - a person who shoes horses    
blacksmith - a smith who forges and shapes iron with a hammer and anvil
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There's goin' to he big doin's with the Horseshoers.
The 24-year-old was horseshoer with MessrWordie & Co befor enlisting in June, 1917.
A sign inside the door read: "Practical Horseshoer .
You have another horse, where maybe the horseshoer beat him up and he'll be terrible for anything on the ground, with the veterinarian, but a person can ride him.
I studied to be a sculptor, ended up as a blacksmith, from a blacksmith to a horseshoer, from a horseshoer to building bridges.
It is true that computers trivialize formerly laborious tasks like finding long dictionary examples of pair heterograms (words containing exactly two occurrences of each letter, such as HORSESHOER or HAPPENCHANCE).
He's also a member of the Hastings Area Chamber of Commerce, a 4-H volunteer and, oh, yeah, a professional horseshoer.
Author Ron Tatum, a college professor and professional horseshoer, also served in the Marine Corps and worked as a Presbyterian minister, a juvenile probation officer, and a drug and alcohol counselor.
Tatum answers questions like "What should a horseshoer wear?
But what actually annoyed me about the criticism is a confusion between the concept of being Scottish and the idea that this implies I have to be a nationalist which the horseshoer quite clearly is.
is listed as a divisional psychiatrist, Walcott Foster Bent as a horseshoer in the 4th Field Artillery, and Lt.