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ROARING. A disease among horses occasioned by the circumstance of the neck of the windpipe being too narrow for accelerated respiration; the disorder is frequently produced by sore throat or other topical inflammation.
     2. A horse affected with this malady is rendered less serviceable, and he is therefore unsound. 2 Stark. R. 81; S. C. 3 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 255; 2 Camp. R. 523.

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Designers have plundered styles from the Dashing Twenties and Roaring Forties through to the Sensational Seventies, all underpinned by glamour in the lingerie department.
The ships were mostly trade vessels that had travelled down the west coast of Africa to hit the roaring forties.
This persistent synoptic range across the zone climatically known as the Roaring Forties has seen a changed summertime stance also.
The journal like entries of their trip around the north and north west of Australia, and then across the Roaring Forties, make for fascinating reading.
Far from enduring a troublesome 30-something spell, it is more like flirty 30-something heading confidently for its roaring forties.
Far from enduring a troublesome 'thirty-something' spell, the Fiesta is more like flirty thirty-something - heading confi-dently for its roaring forties.
In past races the fleet has covered the Indian Ocean in the lower latitudes, surfing wildly along the Roaring Forties, Frothing Fifties and Screaming Sixties (the degrees of latitude) on strong westerly winds bound for Australia or New Zealand.
The current is in turn driven by a similarly influential and unobstructed circumpolar atmospheric flow, the notorious Roaring Forties and Furious Fifties that blow from west to east around the Antarctic continent largely without obstacle.
I have known about this island for many years, since studying the trade routes in the Southern Atlantic and the rough and fearsome seas of the roaring forties.
One wouldn't like to see any of the 17 other runners fail to give their running in this 6,000-mile heat - succumbing to hypothermia in the Roaring Forties or getting snaffled by sharks off The Great Australian Bight - but the netprophet tenner is down on The Ancient Mariner (No.
During two review visits, Australian cheeses were picked as endings, one a superb triple cream cow cheese called Seal Bay, the other a really good blue cheese titled Roaring Forties.
The total under Wenger is now in the roaring forties - and rising.