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- n. A person that smiths or repairs iron or steel shoes for a living. (Other metals may be used, but this is uncommon.)
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“Haringay council and especially that clown shoesmith and her partners in crime should be locked up”
In print he was given the name Jasper Petulengro -- Petulengro being Gypsy for shoesmith -- and as Jasper Petulengro he is now one of the most unforgetable of heroes; the name is the man, and for many Englishmen his form and character have probably created quite a new value for the name of Jasper.
Does sharon shoesmith have children?, does she look at them and try to imagine the full horror at what baby p went through in his short little life?, are her eyes puffy and swollen through crying her heart out as were doing on a daily basis every time we read some other dreadful terrible act that was done to him?, can she even imagine him lying alone in his blood spattered cot with his broken back screaming in agony to which earned him a punch in the face?.
I have to stop crying at some point because it’s making me ill, shoesmith has’nt shed a tear, no apology, no nothing except a day at the races for her.
"I've made him as good a shoesmith as ever drove nail!