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ostler

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Archaic a stableman, esp one at an inn
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I looked at him anxiously when we stopped to change, but I knew by his yet graver face as he stood watching the ostlers that he had heard nothing.
The word was no sooner out of my mouth than the whole crowd of spectators, well dressed and ill--gentlemen, ostlers, and servant-maids--joined in a general shriek of "Fire
Elton had learned from the ostler on the subject, being the accumulation of the ostler's own knowledge, and the knowledge of the servants at Randalls, was, that a messenger had come over from Richmond soon after the return of the party from Box Hill which messenger, however, had been no more than was expected; and that Mr.
I perceive three of the county constabulary in the drive, and I am glad to see that the little ostler is able to keep pace with them, so it is likely that neither he nor the interesting bridegroom will be permanently damaged by their morning's adventures.
The ostler at a roadside public-house was holding a pail of water to refresh my horses, when a cart of very green oats, newly reaped, passed by, and he remarked, - 'Yon's frough Gimmerton, nah
Surrounded by trees, Ostlers Way in Kirkcaldy is a delightful new community on the outskirts of the bustling Fife town.
Dundas Estates have opened the doors to two new showhomes at Ostlers Way in Kirkcaldy.
OSTLERS restaurant enjoys a serene setting overlooking Worcester racecourse.
I felt priviliged to watch one of John Berry's finest ostlers giving one of my ex-horses a mighty fine ride this morning.
THE two women who ran the Ostlers restaurant in Coventry city centre have explained why they decided to pull out after 20 years.
Sue Davies and Jean Jinks opened Ostlers for the first time in the autumn of 1981, and it soon became a popular place to eat in Coventry city centre.
Ostlers Restaurant, in Spon Street, was one of two buildings severely damaged by fire on December 1, 1998.