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" In the Gaelic versions it is Christ riding on an ass or horse, or St Brigit with a pair of horses, who heal the sprained or broken leg of the animal : ' She put bone to bone, She put flesh to flesh, She put sinew to sinew, She put vein to vein. "
CARMINA GADELICA HYMNS AND INCANTATIONS - Page 19
by ALEXANDER CARMICHAEL - 1900
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The Quarterly review, Volume 198

Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1903
...horse, or St Brigit with a pair of horses, who heal the sprained or broken leg of the animal : ' She put bone to bone, She put flesh to flesh, She put sinew to sinew, She put vein to vein.' As no borrowing from Old High German is to be thought of, we can only suppose that this charm has come...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 198

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero, George Walter Prothero - 1903
...horse, or St Brigit with a pair of horses, who heal the sprained or broken leg of the animal : ' She put bone to bone, She put flesh to flesh, She put sinew to sinew, She put vein to vein.' As no borrowing from Old High German is to be thought of, we can only suppose that this charm has come...
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Gaodhal, Volume 23

Ireland - 1904
...ass or horse, or St Brigit with a pair of horses, who heal the sprained or broken leg of the animal: "She put bone to bone, She put flesh to flesh, She put sinew to sinew, She put vein to vein." As no borrowing from Olil High German is to be thought of, we can only suppose that this charm has come...
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The Role of the Poet in Early Societies

Morton W. Bloomfield, Charles W. Dunn - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 166 pages
...which is ancient and international in its underlying formula, a specific attribution to St Brigit: She put bone to bone, She put flesh to flesh, She...to sinew, She put vein to vein. As she healed that, So may I heal this.41 Curses must surely have been felt to be at least as potent as blessings, for...
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Power of Raven, Wisdom of Serpent: Celtic Women's Spirituality

Noragh Jones - Religion - 1995 - 240 pages
...With a pair of horses And one broke a leg. That was trouble and fuss, that Was tearing and loss, but She put bone to bone, She put flesh to flesh, She...to sinew, She put vein to vein. As she healed that, Let me heal this. 11 If a charm failed it was put down to frivolity of purpose or lack of faith. A...
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