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farrier

(făr′ē-ər)
n.
One who shoes horses.

far′ri·er·y n.

farrier

a person skilled in the techniques of making, fitting and remodeling horseshoes, including hot and cold fitting, orthopedic shoeing.
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Organisers of the Cardiff conference said any payment to Shoesmith would only cover her costs.
Sharon Shoesmith was the director of children's services and so of course it leaves a bad taste in the mouth that the person who was leading that department and responsible ends up walking away with, it seems, a large amount of money.
She said: "Following the decision of the Court of Appeal in favour of Ms Shoesmith, and the court's direction that the parties seek to resolve the issue of compensation, the London Borough of Haringey and Ms Shoesmith have reached a settlement in this case.
A DfE spokesman announced on Friday: "The Government thinks that it was right in principle for Sharon Shoesmith to be removed from her post as Director of Children's Services.
ARROGANT: Sharon Shoesmith after winning her sacking fight
SHARON Shoesmith could be in line for a massive compensation payout following today's Court of Appeal ruling that she was unfairly sacked following the Baby P tragedy.
Philip Henson, head of employment at City law firm Bargate Murray, said Ms Shoesmith was likely to receive compensation "approaching, or hitting, the pounds 1m mark".
Mrs Shoesmith, who earned pounds 133,000 a year in her job as head of Haringey children's services, argues public opinion played a similar role in informing current children's secretary Ed Balls' decision to sack her.
He removed Ms Shoesmith from her post on December 1 after inspectors concluded the local authority's child protection services were "inadequate" and identified "serious concerns".
Shoesmith cites one innovative installation that put an attractive cabinet for clean linen storage at the entrance to each resident room.
Kelly and Faulkner set up the next for left wing Anthony Shoesmith before Faulkner got his second and Bakoso darted through to make it 52-0 at half-time.
SACKED children's services chief Sharon Shoesmith has been accused of shamelessly cashing in on Baby P's death with a book.