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farrier

(făr′ē-ər)
n.
One who shoes horses.

far′ri·er·y n.
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IN PICTURES: Inside The Farrier, see https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/lifestyle/in-pictures-inside-2-million-farrier-at-cayton-1-9595369Mrs Bushby and her husband Nigel saved the pub and following a [pounds sterling]2million renovation it re-opened as The Farrier.
<B Farrier Major Mark Holland with Trooper Emrys Forlan Jones
In fine voice Michelle Burke, on the keyboard, joins residents and staff from Farrier Court Sheltered Housing for the singing workshop
Kris Blackburn, co-owner of The Running Fox, said: "The Farrier's Arms is the village pub and we are taking on the lounge area and turning it into The Running Fox.
A farrier's profession is not limited to horses, Haneef states.
Dark tourism refers to people holidaying in places associated with death and destruction, though Farrier, right, expands it to general "strangeness" as well.
Responsible for the trimming, shoeing, health and overall well-being of all feet in their charge, a farrier works specifically with horses, although they need training as a blacksmith to learn techniques for shaping the shoes.
A five-year restraining order was made under which he is not to approach Mr Farrier, go into his business premises or enter the car parks at the back of the Lord Street shops.
Farrier House is also immaculately presented and has contemporary fittings which blend splendidly with Georgian features.
A farrier, who was also a friend of the police officer, claimed to have seen serious injuries to the horse.
The documentary is directed by David Farrier and Dylan Reeve of New Zealand, and will be theatrically released in the United States nationwide on June 17th and in Canada on June 24th.