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withers

(wĭth′ərz)
pl.n.
The high part of the back of a horse or other quadruped, located between the shoulder blades.

withers

the region over the backline where the neck joins the thorax and where the dorsal margins of the scapulae lie just below the skin.

fistulous withers
see fistulous withers.
high withers low pelvis
see hyena disease.
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We look a better balanced team with Mick Withers at the back," said Bulls coach Brian Noble.
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American singer/songwriter Bill Withers is 64: Born in Slab Fork, West Virginia, Withers joined the US Navy at the age of 17 and moved to California after being discharged nine years later.