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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.
It reminded me of a poem I had written a few years ago when Harry Wooding was campaigning for a statue to be built to honour all the carthorses that worked the Liverpool docks.
Toby has been busy brushing up on his swordfighting as well as the famous speeches from Hamlet and says: "I'd forgotten that they work you like carthorses in this place.
Police horses, cavalry horses, heavy carthorses that pull brewers' drays, the ragand-bone horses, as well as those ridden for pleasure in London parks and on Wimbledon Common will still need to be shod.
They defended like carthorses to leave their boss admitting: "We could not handle Charlton, who looked dangerous every time that broke.
To mark the occasion, just as in the old days, children from the local primary school were given rides around the village in a coach pulled by two carthorses similar to Duke.
The Baggies defended like Sunday morning carthorses though that would be doing a major disservice to your average parks player.
But in Bosnia, more than 100 Lipizzaners at a stud farm have been shot and eaten or sold off as carthorses.
WHEN the Scottish SPCA, Scotland's oldest and largest animal welfare organisation, was founded in Edinburgh 165 years ago, its main priority was the welfare of carthorses.
To a land where self-interest was all, communities were laid waste, money bought life and determined death, employers were encouraged to cream off huge profits and treat their workers like carthorses and the Union Jack became a flag of convenience for every bigot.
A friend of dad's kept two carthorses there, and as their heads leaned over the stable door they towered above me.
A MERSEYSIDE MP has paid tribute to the carthorses of the old Liverpool Docks.