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In very many cases a good practical shoer can remove the trouble by proper paring and shoeing.
THE MULEHARVEY RILEY
He quickly got into his stride, that forward, leaning attitude of the snow-shoer; nor did he glance to the left or right.
The crystal-covered earth glided by him; the long, reaching stride of the expert snow-shoer bore him rapidly along.
To shoe suggests to him only the shoeing of animals, and so, by way of shoeing and horse-shoer, he comes to shoed.
THE AMERICAN LANGUAGEHENRY L. MENCKEN
We know of a shoer in Worcester County, Massachusetts, who has a wide local reputation for "doctoring" weak knees.
RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEINGJOHN E. RUSSELL
He made ploughs, harrows, and all sorts of machinery, and was unequivocally the best horse-shoer in the whole country.
Elihu Burritt, the remarkable linguist, was a Connecticut horse-shoer.
GENIUS IN SUNSHINE AND SHADOWMATURIN MURRAY BALLOU
He is an accomplished snow-shoer, and few can equal his powers of endurance—a fine fellow, physically and mentally.
FARTHEST NORTHFRIDTJOF NANSEN
He is an excellent horse-shoer, can set wagon-tires, and do all sorts of handy things.
FOLLOWING THE FLAGCHARLES CARLETON COFFIN
"If that rascally shoer has blundered in his work he'll not get another chance at you, boy," Merriwell declared.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH

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