from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A latcrigrade spider; a spider which walks or moves sidewise or otherwise with apparently equal ease, as Salticus scenicus. See Laterigradæ.


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  • The gals worked together, Shery taking "side-walker" and Emma as the "lead-walker" under the guidance of a hippotherapist the Galbreaths hired, and a win-win-win situation was created.

    Tracy Shaffer: Taking Life By the Reins: The Gift and Giver, Part II

  • Valerie Palluzzi, Old Bridge, who chaired the event with Carol Strommen, Monroe, said she was introduced to the HHRC six years ago by Isaac, and has since volunteered her time as a side-walker during riding lessons.



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