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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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With time running out a kick was gathered by Jack Ledgard and his run and pass put Shoesmith in at the corner.
In 2013 Ms Shoesmith said: "No organisation will take the risk of employing me.
Shoesmith received a reported PS680,000 pay-off from Haringey Council in north London after an unfair dismissal claim.
Speaking of the payout, Ms Shoesmith told the BBC last night: "This is not a figure I recognise.
Secondly, Sharon Shoesmith has been pilloried for demanding such huge compensation in the light of apparent gross dereliction of duty on her part.
The judge who decided her dismissal was unfair, emphasised that he did not consider Shoesmith 'blameless', and suggested that she might be entitled to three months' pay, plus some pensions contributions.
Mr Balls removed Ms Shoesmith from her PS133,000-a-year post as Haringey Council's director of children's services after a damning report on the death of Peter Connolly.
What it can't do is bring back a little boy who lost his life because he was failed by Sharon Shoesmith and that department.
Lorraine Mustard, defending, said Shoesmith took full responsibility.
Ms Shoesmith was axed after a damning report by inspectors highlighted significant failings in her department following the death of 17-month-old baby Peter, who was found to have been repeatedly injured over a sustained period, despite medical and social services check-ups.
The Cabinet Minister Ed Balls used his powers to sack Mrs Shoesmith.
ARROGANT: Sharon Shoesmith after winning her sacking fight