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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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We're the only manufacturer of horseshoes in the U.
He tried to dislodge the horseshoe with another, but that got stuck and he started to climb the pole to get them, despite protestations from the Doran brothers.
The Horseshoes opened its doors for the first time on Thursday.
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Henry began to manufacture horseshoes at his shop, which was capable of turning out 60 finished horseshoes every minute.
The Horseshoes does have a community feel to it with quiz nights and a good local trade - though it's unclear where the punters come from as the village of Moulton must contain all of three houses.
The South Dakota native, who moved to California after serving in World War II, first delved into his hobby when a neighbor gave him a truckload of horseshoes.
DURING your Friday or Saturday night exploits, you may have come across a bar called the Horseshoe.
It's hard for me to imagine a more appropriate form of recreation for Countrysiders than pitching horseshoes.
It sells its products under a variety of widely recognized brands, including horseshoes, horsenails and tools under the Delta brand.