The region of the back of an animal, particularly of the horse, which lies between the shoulder blades.
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One of the crucial needs that arise during or after a devastating natural disaster is the availability of the "universal"... Read More
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(Science: veterinary) A piece of iron in a saddle near a horse's withers, to strengthen the bow.
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1. To affect with blight; to blast; to prevent the growth and fertility of. vapor blasts vegetables, blights corn and... Read More
A species common in the ligamentum nuchae of horses, mules, and asses, where it has been suspected of... Read More
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