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‘Spinning' a patient’s history to facilitate a turf transfer to another’s service

buffing

striking the posteromedial aspect of a front hoof with the opposite hoof of the pair. A perfect situation for applying a buffing boot.

buffing boot
see brush boot.
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To improve polishing efficiency and to cover all recommended cuffing speeds the buffing head is available with an inverter as an optional extra.
The backscattered electron micrograph taken before buffing highlights the surface topography.
GameDR AutoMax has built-in storage compartments for housing the resurfacing fluid, drying cloth and buffing square; can run on DC power or six AA batteries; and retails for $39.
1 Scrub away the toughest stains on glass with a buffing wheel and mild abrasive.
One of the less glamourous areas of the surface treatment industry is buffing or polishing.
In fact, in many cases only a buffing procedure may be required, thus eliminating the blade-removing sharpening step and saving additional labor time.
Key statement: Methods, apparatus and computer programs for correcting a buff of tread from a crown of a tire, the steps of the method including measuring the distance between the tire crown surface and the belt at each of the plurality of locations; calculating a projected distance between the crown surface and the belt at each of the plurality of transverse locations across the crown using proposed buff radii, choosing a new position of the buffing radius origin from the one or more proposed origin positions on the centerline of the tire; and buffing the tread from the tire crown along the arc described by the buff radius having the buffing radius origin at the new position.
The buffing can be done by hand, but a small power buffer is much easier.