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Waler

an Australian saddle horse of great endurance, ideal for police horses and army remounts (name derives from New South Wales where the horse originated). Bay, brown, black or chestnut; averaging 16 hands high. Called also Australian Waler.
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These twelve orphans are genetically identified and certified as Walers, having maintained a true breeding lineage for 100 years.
The earliest mention of the breeding of Walers in the Gulf region for the Indian market though is stated as not occurring till the late 1880s onwards at Floraville Station.
England & Walers Cricket Board power-brokers hope that this long-overdue creation of an academy will prove a turning point in English cricket's long-term fortunes.
While I was working, The Inspiral Carpets insisted that the only music to be heard was the Frank & Walers and I loved them.
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The distance between pipe clamps is spanned by 2" x 10" or 2" x 12" wooden planks (called walers in forming language).
Evaluate existing walers and excavate limited areas as approved by the city to ascertain conditions of existing tieback system.
HP14 by 117 pound I-beams were used as walers, hauled into the excavation and held in place horizontally by the excavator while a welder tacked them to the vertical beams in the caissons.
The SKS climbing scaffold system transfers the loads resulting from the fresh concrete pressure by means of walers, compression spindles, strong backs and the brackets into the SKS anchors placed in the previous pour.
Sandy", the former mount of Major-General Sir William Throsby Bridges, (whose body was returned to Australia and buried on Mount Pleasant in Canberra as described in Joe's feature in Sabretache, September 2004) was the only one of over 136,000 Walers returned to Australia after serving in WWI.
Many of them obviously decided to transfer to the 2nd Divisional Cyclist Company in the belief that the Middle East was to be a sideshow and that if the only way of getting to the Western Front to see action was to swap their Walers for bicycles, then, so be it