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" ... edges of the hoof are to be rasped, and the sole pared out, as a thick one impedes the descent of the coffin bone. An operator errs oftener by removing too little than too much — the frog excepted, although from its being cut as easily as Gruyere... "
The horse's foot, and how to keep it sound. [With] An appendix - Page 13
by William Miles (of Exeter.) - 1863
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 9

1846
...although from its being cut as easily as Gruyere cheese, and its then looking so smooth and clean, ' it requires more philosophy than falls to the share of most smiths to resist the temptation to slice away.' Mr. Miles, after defining country farrier experience to be an ' untiring perseverance for years...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 78

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1846
...although from its being cut as easily as Gruyere cheese, and its then looking so smooth and clean, ' it requires more philosophy than falls to the share of most smiths to resist the temptation to slice away.' Mr. Miles, after defining country farrier experience to be an ' untiring perseverance for years...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 78

1846
...although from its being cut as easily as Gruyere cheese, and its then looking so smooth and clean, ' it requires more philosophy than falls to the share of most smiths to resist the temptation to slice away.' Mr. Miles, after defining country farrier experience to be an ' untiring perseverance for years...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 9

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1846
...although from its being cut as easily as Gruyere cheese, and its then looking so smooth and clean, ' it requires more philosophy than falls to the share of most smiths to resist the temptation to slice away.' Mr. Miles, after defining country farrier experience to be an ' untiring perseverance for years...
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The American Veterinary Journal, Volume 1

Veterinary medicine - 1856
...surface — so clean, nice and smooth, that it requires more philosophy than smiths generally possess, to resist the temptation to slice it away, despite a knowledge that it would be far wiser to let it alone." If the opinion of veterinary surgeons is of any value, the reader must confess that...
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The Living Age, Volume 10

1846
...although from its being cut as easily as Gruyere cheese, and its then looking so smooth and clean, " it requires more philosophy than falls to the share of most smiths to resist the temptation to slice away." Mr. Miles, after defining country farrier experience to be an " untiring perseverance for years...
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Ohio Cultivator Vol.XVIII January 1,1862 No.1

Ohio Cultivator Vol.XVIII January 1,1862 No.1 - 1862
...and presents such an uneven surface that it requires more philosophy than some blacksmiths possess to resist the temptation to slice it away, despite a knowledge that it would be far wiser to let it alone." One of the best authorities on this subject informs us that he never" allows a knife...
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