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introduce the shoemaker to the tailor

To kick someone in the buttocks. Primarily heard in UK. If you don't leave me alone, I'll introduce the shoemaker to the tailor!
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According to Metcalfe, Dan Shoemaker had the week off from work at the Arauco Wood Products Mill where he worked for 45 years, when the couple decided to go to the coast for the last few days of his vacation.
IBT spoke with David Shoemaker on what he wants the app to provide to fans in China and what else the NBA is working on in the country.
Barclays Ventures, a private equity investment arm of the British bank, had purchased a stake in the shoemaker in 2010.
In ShoeMaker Pro 2015, the last import wizard has been improved to give more efficient import of last designs.
Shoemaker pulled out and squeezed Ferdinand as he felt the pace slacken before the home bend and in seconds he was into third, with Alysheba closing the gap steadily.
Shoemaker is a professor of Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.
Shoemaker has over 30 years experience in the field of construction.
For 20 years, Shoemaker has been saving his pocket change and his pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters have added up.
Shoemaker had hoped would happen, but even he was pleasantly surprised as the years of research wound on successfully.
Mr Shoemaker (Daniel Rochford), snoring peacefully in one corner while a ghostly guitar was being played in the other by Dan Lawrence, all added to the atmosphere.
Kudos then not only to Caitlin and Daniel for putting their best foot forward as the shoemaker and his loving wife, but to director James Williams for his expert guidance.
Brad Shoemaker shared with staff at the church's national offices during Restorative Justice Week, Nov.
Saguto (a master boot- and shoemaker for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation since 1990 and a leader authority on 18th century footware), "Art Of The Shoemaker" is a 304-page compendium of information on all the techniques and tools involved in hand-making shoes.
Peter Shoemaker, Powerful Connections: The Poetics of Patronage in the Age of Louis XIII.
In this well-written and compelling study, Peter Shoemaker seeks middle ground between the foregoing positions and offers a multifaceted account of both the rhetoric and the practice of literary patronage during the first half of the seventeenth century.