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The farrier's and horseman's dictionary: being a compleat system of ... - Page 50
by N. B. Philippos - 1726 - 454 pages
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or, The Country Gentleman's Companion, in All ...

Sports - 1735
...between the grinders, and the tufhes, on each fide of the mouth : fo that that part of the gum which lies under, and at the fide of the bars, retains the name...The bars are that part of the mouth upon which the bitt fhould reft and have it's appui, for though a fingle cannon bears upon the tongue ; the bars are...
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The Farrier's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary:: Containing the Art of ...

Thomas Wallis (surgeon.), E. Baker (bookseller.) - Horses - 1759 - 330 pages
...partot the mouth, and reach almoft quite to the pahte, very diftinguimable in young hcrfts. Gibfon. The bars are that part of the mouth, upon which the bit thouukl reft and have ii's appui ; for though a iingle cannon bears upon the tongue, the bars are fo...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Hunting - 1785 - 548 pages
...the grinders, and -the tu flies, on each fide of the mouth : fo that that part of the gum which lies under, and at the fide of the bars, retains the name of gn. The bars are that part of the mouth upon which the bitt ihould reft and have it's appui, for...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Sports - 1800 - 544 pages
...the grinders,- and the tufhes, on each fide of the mouth : fo that that part of the gum which lies under, and at the fide of the bars, retains the name...The bars are that part of the mouth upon which the bitt ihould reft and have its appui, for though a fingle cannon bears upon the tongue, the bars are...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - Hunting - 1807 - 547 pages
...between the grinders and the tufhi:, on each fide of the mouth; fo that that part of the gum which lies under, and at the fide of the bars, retains the name...bars are that part of the mouth upon which the bit fliouKl red and have its appui; for though a fingle cannon bears upon the tongue, the bars are fo fenlihle,...
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