Spurs

Pieces of metal worn by a horse rider, who presses these into the sides of the horse, so as to encourage/guide it.
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Spurs

Spurs are tools worn on the heel of a boot, used when riding horses. Spurs can also refer to: Science and technology Sports Literature ...
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SPURS

The cleanup isn`t for the category, but for every year in the category. It is important to get this information right because of the recent interest in hurricanes due to hurricane katrina and hurricane rita, along with thoughts that global warming causes more intense hurricanes. Information can be found at for each of the storm years, along with ....
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Spurs

[short story] `Spurs` is a short story by Tod Robbins. The story was published in February 1923 in Munsey`s Magazine and included in Robbins` 1926 anthology Who Wants a Green Bottle? and Other Uneasy Tales. In 1932 the story became the basis for the Tod Browning film Freaks. ==Plot summary== In a small travelling circus in France, midget pe...
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spurs

a pair of pointed devices worn on the heels by the rider of a horse and used to urge the horse forward.
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spurs

Stubby, often sharp twigs.
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spurs

Stubby, often sharp twigs.
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Spurs

The sharp pointed protrusions on a rooster's shanks.
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