2 edition of On knowledge of the age of horse by his teeth : with remarks. found in the catalog.
On knowledge of the age of horse by his teeth : with remarks.
Clark, Bracy, 1771-1860.
in London : Printed for the author by C. Richards, 1826
Written in English
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A Short History of the Horse, and of the Progress of Horse-Knowledge, On the Knowledge of the Age of the Horse by his Teeth With remarks [With a table], A Description of a New Horse Shoe which expands to the Foot Invented by B Clark With some account of its application and advantages, being an appendix to the Stereoplea, In his book An Universal Etymological English Dictionary, Nathan Bailey took a few shortcuts with his striking example is his treatment of the word butter, which he glossed as “a Food well known.”.
This was a not uncommon manner of defining common words at the time. Many of the earliest English dictionaries focused mainly on defining “hard words” and did not expend. It refers to the onset of old age, and it was originally used in the 19th century to describe aging horses.
A horse's teeth grow and become worn down with age; additionally, their gums recede. Thus it is possible to estimate the age of a horse by checking its teeth—the longer the teeth, the older the horse. book vii. man, his birth, his organization, and the invention of the arts.
book viii. the nature of the terrestrial animals. book ix. the natural history of fishes. book x. the natural history of birds. book xi. the various kinds of insects. book xii. the natural history of trees book xiii.
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He gradually became accustomed to such practices, and on account of the positiveness of his character, leaving the right path, and taking the bit in his teeth like a hard-mouthed and powerful horse, he rushed the more violently down into the depths.
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