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- DAI-HARD There's a murmur, then a babble and then suddenly a roar, and I'm sitting soggy-shoed in a wicker chair, clutching a pink parasol, almost a foot under water.
- Taking over as the Library of Congress' 1958-59 consultant in poetry in English, white-haired, high-shoed, 84-year-old Robert Frost called himself a "Poet in Waiting,".
- But at long last, a new militancy is in the air, and a new spokesmanthrusting aside Britain's square-shoed union leadershiphas pushed forward to defy the Tory government's .
- Phillip Dutton in AFP
We milked our cows, shoed our own horses, used hammer and nails to fix a car. Where you grow up has a big influence on your life. It was a bit of a tough lifestyle,Dutton said. "It was big to me that my family didn't think I was going...
- Terry Pilkadaris in Malaysia Star
I was aggressive with the wedges. I hit a good putt on the second hole and it horse-shoed out from five feet and it made me angry. I then hit it to a foot on four and birdied five and got the momentum going,said Pilkadaris.
- Richie Ramsay in Scottish Daily Record
Ramsay said: "Last Friday was a sleepless night. I woke up in the middle of the night feeling absolutely horrific. To put it in perspective if you had a putt for a minimum of Â£10,000 and it horse-shoed from two feet how would you feel?"