- n. Plural form of veterinary.
“He had no stores for his columns, no saddles, no clerks, no veterinaries, no drugs and few drivers, so that to run a harmonious and orderly train was impossible; but Young very nearly did it, in his curious ungrateful way.”
“Tambin se ha incluido un reducido nmero de materiales que hen mostrado potencial contra plagas agrcolas, mdicas o veterinaries, puesto que, en el futuro, es posible que puedan probarse contra plagas de almacenamiento.”
“In inspecting the carcases the veterinaries take the most minute precautions.”
“He insisted, however, on fitting the wooden leg, which he regards as much more useful than wooden heads on Scotch veterinaries.”
“Other veterinaries laughed at Galloway, who is young and of an experimental temperament, when he decided to save the life of this cow after the leg had been cut off by a locomotive.”
“Their knowledge of horses, which they get at second-hand from Field, or some of the other _crack_ veterinaries, is their only pride, and indeed the only thing they imagine any man ought to be proud of; they reverence”
“Of no mediocre turn of mind mechanically, he, assisted by Terry Reardon, made a few suggestions that the British veterinaries in charge were very glad to accept.”
“With the coming of the motor the race of coachmen, grooms and veterinaries began to perish from the earth.”
“Speakin 'of veterinaries," chuckled a man with three rolls of fat on his neck, "did y'ever hear the story of the negro and the mule with the cough?”
“Yes, high-priced veterinaries can cure spavin -- Alderman Martin says so.”
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