carthorse


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carthorse

a large heavily built horse kept for pulling carts or carriages
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2) Most relevantly, the photo essay on carthorses was selected for the Bamako Photographic Encounters with the theme "In and Around the City" and won him the Vodacom Journalist of the Year Award in 2006 (Jason 2014: n.
Note the trolley power lines and the carthorse (47-2335)
I've also played behind some defenders who were so bad they'd have made Dobbin the carthorse or Muffin the Mule look like Ronald Koeman (Get it?
But inexplicably Ranieri brought on Juan Veron, who has barely played a match all season, in place of the lively Jesper Gronkjaer and it was like swapping a thoroughbred for a carthorse.
pounds 200: Your record of spotting carthorse strikers is legendary.
The singing carthorse, alias the TUC, has broken out of its stall with a pop record to publicise next week's walk-out by public service workers.
AFTER visiting the Albert Dock, I couldn't believe I saw the statue of the Liverpool Carthorse in an old stockyard on the Canning Dry Dock site amongst all the rubble.
Luca Messi, the unlikely combination of Italian carthorse Luca Toni and Barcelona superstar Leo Messi, is 12-1 to beat Rhodes and that looks way too short.
I guess if Sturridge had been some ageing carthorse like Heskey, then Martin O'Neill would have been first in the queue for his services.
One's a thoroughbred, the other is a carthorse and it doesn't take a genius to work out which is which.
Why play with pacey wide men Duff and Lovenkrands, yet have a carthorse up front in Ameobi?