Alternative terms for "Horse's hoof"
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Literary usage of Horse's hoof
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1. The Era Formulary. 5000 Formulas for Druggists (1893)
"A good preparation, and one that will give the horse-s hoof a rapid and healthy growth, iB to take of oil of tar, 1 pint; beeswax, 1% pounds; whale oil, ..."
2. Graded Literature Readers by Harry Pratt Judson, Ida C. Bender (1899)
"She breaks it off and swallows it without chewing it Horse,s hoof s. "When she has had as much as she wants, she lies down. Then the grass comes back to her ..."
3. Russell on Scientific Horseshoeing: For Leveling and Balancing the Action by William Russell (1899)
"The horse,s hoof corresponds to the human finger nail, and a perfect knowledge of the hoof can only be obtained by dissection ; and it is much more humane ..."
4. Catalogue of Greek Coins: Thessaly to Aetolia by Reginald Stuart Poole, Percy Gardner, British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals (1883)
"... О • Similar. above, O^ . Bridled horse r. trotting. Horse galloping r. above, spray of tree. Round shield ; in the midst, horse,s hoof r. Reverse. ..."
5. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1896)
"... n(.c(ls , ы, t(lk, ;md th¡4 is not horse s hoof. Compare, on the »th-r hand, »hat „„. llte ..."
6. Sewerage: The Designing, Constructing and Maintaining of Sewerage Systems by Amory Prescott Folwell (1918)
"When the vapor is mixed with a certain percentage of air the combination is highly explosive and may be fired by a spark from a horse,s hoof on a manhole ..."
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