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  • noun South America collar worn by a horse, immediately behind the head, to which a handle, strap, or rope may be attached
  • noun North America in some styles of halter and bridle worn by a horse, an optional part similar to a throatlatch

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Examples

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a bonding agent, or insurance policy on the lease.

    Semi-Scheming Way to TJ

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