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horseshoe

(hôrs′sho͞o′, hôr′sho͞o′)
n.
A flat U-shaped metal plate fitted and nailed to the bottom of a horse's hoof for protection.
tr.v. horse·shoed, horse·shoeing, horse·shoes
To fit with horseshoes.
Medspeak adjective Referring to a crescentic shape in which the crescent’s arms are longer than that of a proper crescent
Weight training noun A one-handed grip used for certain exercises—e.g., cable curls, triceps press downs, cable rows, lateral raises

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I heard about the Three Horse Shoes going back up for auction," said Geraint, 45, a self-employed building services engineer.
Independent judges visited all of the competing pubs to assess them, and decided the cellar management system at the Three Horse Shoes was best.
Sports Bar fought back but Sam Whittaker's win over Trevor Barrs gave Three Horse Shoes a 4-2 victory and the title.
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But trailing by 25 points and with just a couple of games remaining, it is unlikely the title will go to anyone other than Three Horse Shoes.
Chris Bingham, owner of the Three Horse Shoes, said "I'm disappointed the project isn't going ahead but Stepnells are dealing with a new use for the building and I hope that at some stage we can look at providing more hotel rooms.
ST JOHNS Club dropped further behind leaders Three Horse Shoes in the Tamworth Sports Bar League when they returned from Sports Bar 180 on the wrong side of a 4-3 result.
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THREE Horse Shoes opened up a 12-point lead at the top of the Tamworth Sports Bar League when they beat secondplaced St Johns Club 4-3.
CARDIFF City fan Lee Beames is aiming to cycle 100 kilometres on Saturday, July 7 - without leaving the Three Horse Shoes public house car park in Birchgrove.
Round two and Three Horse Shoes beat Kettlebrook Club and Winning Post lost out to Two Gates Club.