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tread

injury to the coronet of the horse's hoof by treading on it by the opposite hoof, or by another horse when they are being worked in a team. If the coronary matrix is injured there may be a subsequent crack or deformity.
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About six o'clock in the afternoon Mrs Nickleby was thrown into a great flutter of spirits by the long-expected knock at the door, nor was this flutter at all composed by the audible tread of two pair of boots in the passage, which Mrs Nickleby augured, in a breathless state, must be 'the two Mr Cheerybles;' as it certainly was, though not the two Mrs Nickleby expected, because it was Mr Charles Cheeryble, and his nephew, Mr Frank, who made a thousand apologies for his intrusion, which Mrs Nickleby (having tea-spoons enough and to spare for all) most graciously received.
As temperatures drop below seven degrees, the tread compound in normal tyres begins to harden, providing reduced levels of grip.
The stair treads industry report introduces stair treads with basic information including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure and industry overview.
JUNCTION CITY - A bus used to drive Junction City School District students to and from school operated with front tires so worn that the cords underneath the tire tread were visible, state workplace safety regulators have found.
TO many motorists tyres are only things at each corner of a car that keep us on the road, but how often do we check their tread depth?
Thirteen kinds of tire tread compounds used for motorcycle treads subjected to high stress, treads for technical, agricultural and multipurpose vehicles were experimented.
Treads and Trails was set up in June 2009 by walking and cycling enthusiast Huw Dullea.
Tread depth - Pay special attention to the amount of tread remaining on your tyres.
The wood spiral staircase in this study was a small staircase with only 4 treads and a railing.
Made from heat-treated, corrosion resistant, extruded aluminum base with satin lacquered finish and is the most aggressive, anti-slip stair tread--outwears ordinary treads by years.
ROADWHEELS, IDLER WHEELS AND SUPPORT ROLLERS SHOULD BE INSPECTED FOR WEATHER CRACKING, CHUNKING AND TREAD SEPARATION.