nosebag


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nosebag

canvas bucket with a poll strap to go over the horse's poll and to contain a small meal for the horse. A portable manger.
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I bet she'd lend me a nosebag for Louis," I mumble as she wanders off.
You want me to wear a nosebag like a me to wear a nosebag like a horse?
But when the Bears' notcher headed off to eat, one lunchtime during the promotion-clinching win over Essex at Chelmsford, he revealed that restrictions do apply to his nosebag.
So Justin, like every failed or yo-yoing dieter I know, thought to hell with it and the difficulty or trying to be good and nose-dived into a nosebag of breakfasts.
Then there's always the Heathcotes options, the well-known catering group running the Mer Seafood Bar, the Wynnstay Restaurant and the Nosebag hot snack bar for eating on the hoof.
It's an excuse for a giant knees-up where you can neck a quart of Chardonnay and play with Thomas the Tank Engine while having a good nosebag at the same time.
Not that I can see me slipping on a nosebag with either, but I know who I would prefer to have round to Punter Towers as a dinner guest.
You may tag yourself Scotland With Style, but when it comes to a nosebag, you're still wearing a pair of Cuban heels and 18in flares.
First the plucky finalists flew all the way to Australia to knock up a spot of nosebag for John Torode's mates.
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50 and champagne from pounds 25, and the Nosebag a range of filled rolls and pies for about pounds 3.