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HORSE. Until a horse has attained the age of four years, he is called a colt. (q.v.) Russ. & Ry. 416. This word is sometimes used as a generic name for all animals of the horse kind. 3 Brev. 9. Vide Colt; Gender; and Yelv. 67, a.

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IN 1817, Karl von Drais, a German baron, invented a horseless carriage that would help him get around faster.
Cleaning up hazardous pollution in Orlando that dates back to horseless carriages may start within a year by tearing down at least one building, installing a circular wall underground and temporarily closing off West Robinson Street to dig up or treat soil and water within that wall.
All of the businesses that were changed out of existence by the arrival of the horseless carriage were related.
With DaaS support for BYOD offering more security, a comparison of implementing mobile device management before cloud desktops could be equated to equipping a horse-and-buggy with the newest safety equipment needed due to all the newfangled horseless carriages on the road.
An automobile competition that judges the designs and styles of elegant classic cars, the Concours d'Elegance (French for a competition of elegance) dates back to 17th Century French aristocracy when wealthy Parisians would parade horse-drawn carriages in the city's parks but over time, carriages became horseless and in the 1920s, Parisians became enamoured with the extravagance of automobiles, the forefront of the latest technology.
Shutterbugs with an eye for vintage vehicles will have plenty to shoot over the next few days, courtesy of the Portland regional group of the Horseless Carriage Club of America.
Named the Hendrick's Horseless Carriage of Curiosities, it houses a bizarre museum of outlandish gadgets, inventions and knick-knacks.
In response to this new-fangled crime spree, Southwestern sheriffs and other lawmen took to the roads in their own horseless carriages.
His day job is helping to assemble M1 Abrahams tanks for the Egyptian Army, opposite ends of the horseless carriage family to radio racing cars if ever there was one.
With the coming of 'the horseless carriage', these equine companions became relegated to recreational uses on ranches.
The horse-collar grille was obviously not a good idea on this modern horseless carriage.
closely examines the advances and changes in automotive technology from the horseless carriage to the present, tracking how that technology was reflected in the mechanic's occupation, including its membership according to class, race and gender and the training and education afforded for each.