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Here he found employment as a horseshoer, but in the fall of 1891 he went to Milton, Oregon, where he worked in the same line.
And yet almost every horseshoer in the country gives the bearing surface of the shoe a bevel to the center.
This sainted personage is represented throughout Finistre with the attributes of a bishop and of a horseshoer.
RAMBLES IN BRITTANYFRANCIS MILTOUN
Always go to a horseshoer who thoroughly understands the anatomy of the horse's foot.
He was as happy as a child in telling about the strength of his brother, the horseshoer.
Kuhn not only was a good horseshoer and blacksmith, but he was a dentist as well and pulled teeth when blacksmithing was slack.
He is a horseshoer by trade and one of America's sterling union men.
He had been a vigorous horseshoer in the old days; now he preached just as vigorously.
CAP'N ERIJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
So this was the social philosopher and ex-horseshoer my father had discovered, was my thought.
THE IRON HEELJACK LONDON
George Stephenson was a colliery-stoker, Turner was the son of a barber, and Faraday the son of a horseshoer.
THE SHAKESPEAREAN MYTHAPPLETON MORGAN

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