horseshoer

[ hawrs-shoo, hawrsh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horseshoer

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He was as happy as a child in telling about the strength of his brother, the horseshoer.

He is a horseshoer by trade and one of America's sterling union men.

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.

George Stephenson was a colliery-stoker, Turner was the son of a barber, and Faraday the son of a horseshoer.

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.

Always go to a horseshoer who thoroughly understands the anatomy of the horse's foot.

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