horse-collar

horse-collar

n
a band of leather or rope placed around a horse's neck to restrain or harness it
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I then rolled over, my neck feeling as if it were in a horse-collar; and suddenly felt a slight scratch.
Eighteen miles off a man had some extra hand-cut shingles which he was willing to trade for a horse-collar. While Mrs.
When a man invents a new style of horse-collar or discovers a new and superior method of telegraphing, our government issues a patent to him that is worth a fortune; when a man digs up an ancient statue in the Campagna, the Pope gives him a fortune in gold coin.
The staid, sober, thinking and industrious ones of our number would employ themselves in making corn-brooms, mats, horse-collars, and baskets; and another class of us would spend the time in hunting opossums, hares, and coons.
Boyd ran for 19 yards and picked up another 15 on a horse-collar tackle, then Voytik led the Panthers to the 5 before hitting Boyd for the touchdown that made it 20-7 at the half.
Those with the inflator cartridge range from $115 to $250 each--which is to say, enough to buy a dozen or two of the orange horse-collar PFDs at your local discount store.
Riley argued for a "horse-collar" tackle to be called as a penalty at one point, and the OSU sideline was angered when Jacquizz Rodgers lost his helmet on a rushing play and defenders didn't seem to heed the whistles by the officials to halt the play.
The horse-collar grille was obviously not a good idea on this modern horseless carriage.
Elsewhere, Dallas continue their quest for the NFC top seed at Carolina on Saturday night, but must attempt to recover from Sunday's defeat to Philadelphia without safety Roy Williams, who has been banned for one game for committing his third illegal 'horse-collar' tackle of the season.
Created the truck that is now probably one of the most identifiable on the road today (Who isn't familiar with the horse-collar grille of the Ram?
The new world of active-sports life jackets Traditional "Mae West" and horse-collar life jackets--termed Type I and II--were once virtually the only kind sold.
Fined Arizona S Yeremiah Bell $15,750 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Tampa Bay TE Tim Wright, and Arizona DT Darnell Dockett $15,750 for a horse-collar tackle on Tampa Bay RB Doug Martin.