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  • n. The person in charge of a stable.


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stable +‎ master


  • Sunday 27 Sept first meeting at the stablemaster in Buckland

    lotro group

  • The JSA said Sunday it has also fired two central figures caught up in the gambling scandal: Kotomitsuki, the sport's second-highest-ranked wrestler, and Otake, a stablemaster, or coach.

    Chief of Sumo Governing Body Is Suspended

  • He has a way with animals; he will make a fine huntsman or stablemaster someday.


  • A number of officials had come to town and there were more horses than the stablemaster could handle.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • The name changes, then, are also part of this religious tradition: the tradition of taking a new name when taking religious orders is well-known in Buddhism; the tradition of taking on a new name for a new stage in life, and the pseudo-kinship relationship between a stablemaster and his wrestlers also play a role.

    Sumo and tradition

  • Kate Winslet gained 210 pounds British to play the wife of Colin Firth, the stablemaster.

    There was this blackboard kitty cat...

  • "He looks good, lady," offered Tirsik the stablemaster, stepping forward toward Anna, "except I'd like the farrier to check his shoes."

    Darksong Rising

  • "If I might ask, Lady Anna, from where does this Halde hail?" inquired the stablemaster.

    Darksong Rising

  • Anna took two golds from the pouch and pressed them on the older stablemaster.

    Darksong Rising

  • I felt that your son and daughter should learn about the uses and limits of blades from the best and how stables should be run from a good stablemaster.

    Darksong Rising


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