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“A well-broken agent on the farm, Boxer persists in his support of increasingly destructive policies until his ultimately fatal collapse from fanatic overwork.”
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“Or perhaps it was like a pair of well-broken boots, easy to forget once donned.”
“Surely there was a well-broken horse in the canyon that someone would part with.”
“In Chile I was told an anecdote, which I believe was true; and it offers a good illustration of the use of a well-broken animal.”
“He was, in fact, noted for preferring vicious animals, given to all kinds of tricks, which kept the rider in constant risk of his neck, for he held a tractable well-broken horse as unworthy of a lad of spirit.”
“These well-broken Pennsylvania draft horses shared obediently in the march.”
“Augustus had always been careful to choose gentle, well-broken mounts.”
“Pushing away the words in his thoughts, he hoped the anchors held, although, supposedly, a well-broken mount would not break away.”
“Three days out of Dodge, the new horse he had bought, which turned out not to be well-broken, fell and crippled himself trying to throw a hobble.”
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