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Affected with glanders.
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A horse slips and injures a joint; a horse stumbles and breaks his knees to the bone; a horse eats out of a manger in which a glandered horse has eaten.
He sets his kingdom up to the best bidder, like some scullion farrier selling a glandered horse.
71) Ellen Woodlock, a Catholic philanthropist, asserted that she would "not let a girl in my school who had been supposed to be a fallen one, any more (to use a coarse expression) than you would allow a glandered horse to come into your stable.