boot maker

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Noun1.boot maker - a maker of bootsboot maker - a maker of boots      
cobbler, shoemaker - a person who makes or repairs shoes
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Based on the Harold Brighouse play of the same name, Hobson's Choice tells the touching and genuinely funny tale of the unorthodox romance between Will Mossop, a poor boot maker, and Maggie Hobson, the fiery and determined daughter of Will's alcoholic boss, Henry.
Deena McGuffin, a third-generation boot maker, taught me how to make cowboy boots.
While living in Litchfield before joining the Union Army and serving in the Civil War, Patrick was listed as a boot maker in the 1860 census.
Iconic boot maker Dr Martens put its best foot forward last year, with a little help from the Beckhams.
More than 470 color photos bring in-depth detail to "The Art of Leather Inlay and Overlay: A Guide to the Techniques for Top Results" by Lisa Sorrell who is an award-winning leather artist and master cowboy boot maker known for her colorful and intricate designs.
The original hall house was divided into two smaller homes circa 1729, creating this cute cottage and the period property next door, and became the home of the shoe and boot maker in the 1900s.
wellington boots are named after the Duke of Wellington, who instructed his boot maker to create the first pair.
The team was also fitted for custom cowboy boots by a Houston boot maker who has made boots for numerous celebrities, including both Presidents Bush.
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She was fitted for her exclusive footwear earlier in the year by Northamptonshire boot maker Horace Batten and the boots took the hides of four cows to make.
At Mobile World Congress the company showed how users can aim their phone at an ad from Norwegian boot maker Viking, and see different models superimposed over the ad.