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Rag-and-bone man, with horse and cart, once a common sight on British streets. He would call out Rag n' Bone Rag n' Bone and collect just those things and lived off the proceeds he could sell on. They still exist but now use vans and lorries

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Humpty Dumpty Sensory Table with oats, large plastic eggs with faces drawn on (Humpty Dumpty), horses, cardboard brick (wall), and men.

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David King & Co. Male Bag with Organizer Inside - http://www.luxurybriefcase.com/uncategorized/david-king-co-male-bag-with-organizer-inside-2/ - 14 card slots - http://www.luxurybriefcase.com/uncategorized/david-king-co-male-bag-with-organizer-inside-2/

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The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and will need to be provided with additional protection in the form of both stable and waterproof outdoor rugs, ideally with suitable shelter facilities in his paddock.

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It's made of a special material that is super light and strong, it has leaf engravings on it and looks like it came right out of a fantasy story.

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Rag & Bone Man, E13 (1961) - “Down my street in Plaistow, there were not many cars about – all you could hear was the clip-clop of the horse on the wet road.”

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Curious Origins of Nursery Rhymes: Humpty Dumpty

A personified egg named Humpty Dumpty sat on a tall wall. He fell off, cracked and broke apart. Everyone in the city wanted to put him back together, but they couldn't.

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"Goodbye Old Man" by Fortunino Matania. (December 1st, 1917 – Fins, Nord-du-Calais, France -WWI)

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