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- noun The person who maintains a
stablewhere animals are kept.
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So the stablekeeper was able to satisfy them soon enough.
When the Malwa soldiers rousted the stablekeeper in Kausambe, and questioned him, he said nothing.
"Rats are worse this year than I ever recall," the stablekeeper muttered, frowning down at the cat.
Saucerhead had the big stablekeeper up on his hind legs now.
I looked at Elmo, Elmo stared at Cornie, There always was some doubt about the stablekeeper.
He had been just plain old Cornie, friendly stablekeeper, whom we had tipped a little extra and talked around no more nor less than anyone else outside the Company.
However, a little pressure applied to Lassoo, the local livery stablekeeper, produced eight baggage ponies and a good-looking cream-coloured steed, with man's saddle, for my wife.
Abbitibbi Development at fourteen cents, and he and Johnson, the livery stablekeeper next door, formed a syndicate and got a thousand shares of Metagami Lake at 3 1/4 cents and then "unloaded" them on one of the sausage men at Netley's butcher shop at a clear cent per cent advance.
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