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cobbler

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcobblercob‧bler /ˈkɒblə $ ˈkɑːblər/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [countable, uncountable]DF cooked fruit covered with a sweet bread-like mixture 🔊 peach cobbler2 BODC[countable] old-fashioned someone who makes and repairs shoes3 cobblers
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cobblerBut cobblers and laundry owners could be in trouble, and tobacco products should be avoided altogether.Record shops had replaced the local cobbler, and Dolcis had given way to Mary Quant.The steak-and-chicken dinner finishes off with homemade peach cobbler and live entertainment.In most cases the cobbler works around these elements and if possible replaces a damaged area with a comparable material.Also patrons to cobblers, saddlers, shoemakers, and tanners.Dinner consists of salad, barbecue and beans with a warm cobbler for dessert.
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