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It moves in almost perfect balance and precision; it walks, trots, and canters in
highest collection and extension, all in response to barely perceptible
movements of its rider's hands, legs, and weight. Typical haute ecole movements
include the ...
In true ducks, i.e., those classified in Anatinae, the legs are placed rearward, as in
swans, resulting in a waddling gait. ... which are smooth-shelled; in having
overlapping scales on the skin of the leg; and in showing some degree of sexual
Instead of shaped legs or feet, American case furniture had legs and feet that
were simply downward extensions of the rectangular styles. Decoration consisted
of carved flower motifs or lunettes (crescent shapes) and chip carved (executed ...
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