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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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Stuart Phillip Buxton climbed up a wooden pole in a field at the back of the Toyota factory on the Deeside Industrial Estate, to retrieve two horseshoes on May 18 last year.
Designed to let employees meet each other outside the workplace, the games include horseshoes, bowling, golf, softball, track and field and tug of war.
While waiting for other sign-ups, several of the contestants had spent some time practicing in the hot sun, the clanking of the horseshoes echoing over the country music blaring over the loudspeakers.