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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Shoemaker, William Lee Known as "Willie.” 1931-2003. American jockey who before his retirement in 1990 won more races than any other rider in horseracing history.

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  • Last week, Austin Shoemaker, co-founder and CTO, and Chief Revenue Officer Shashi Seth stopped by our offices to demo the new version of their browser plug-in, and I was suitably impressed.

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  • Meanwhile, Jeremy “Shoemoney” Shoemaker is living like a king off his arbitrage efforts.

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  • George R. Shoemaker is an American who grew up in Morelia and took over the family wood products business from his father Don.

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  • The name Shoemaker has met with the same fate, though the trade is represented by the Lat.

    The Romance of Names

  • Most of the rest of what has become known as the Shoemaker cryptogram has not yet been deciphered.

    Princeton University Top Stories

  • Early on, two investors sued Frankel, and their lawyers -- a lawfirm in Toledo called Shoemaker Loop (ph) -- they took on this case of these investors, even though it wasn't a big money-maker for them, because they were so outraged.

    The Pretender: How Martin Frankel Fooled the Financial World and Led the Feds on One of the Most Publicized Manhunts in History

  • There can be no doubt that the Shoemaker is a powerful Magician, and his powers have been increased a hundredfold since he secured the Great Book of Records, the Magic Picture, all of Glinda's recipes for sorcery and my own black bag -- which was full of tools of wizardry.

    The Lost Princess of Oz

  • There can be no doubt that the Shoemaker is a powerful Magician, and his powers have been increased a hundredfold since he secured the Great Book of Records, the

    The Lost Princess of Oz

  • The special exhibit - titled "Shoemaker: Start to Finish" - opened Monday at the Kentucky Derby Museum and carries visitors down memory lane, spanning the 40-plus-year career of a pint-size man who became a giant in thoroughbred racing history.

    The Seattle Times

  • His 'Shoemaker's Holiday' (1600), still occasionally chosen by amateur companies for reproduction, gives a rough-and-ready but (apart from its coarseness) charming romanticized picture of the life of London apprentices and whole-hearted citizens.

    A History of English Literature

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