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Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on ... edges of the hoof are to be rasped, and the sole pared out, as a thick one impedes....
" ... 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

American 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

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

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 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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