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Ambling is any of several four-beat intermediate horse gaits, all of which are faster than a walk but usually slower than a canter and always slower than a gallop. They are smoother for a rider than either the two-beat Trot or pace and most can be sustained for relatively long periods of time, making them particularly desirable for trail riding and other tasks where a rider must spend long periods of time in the saddle. Historically, horses able to amble were highly desired for riding long distances on poor roads. Once roads improved and carriage travel became popular, their use declined in Europe but continued in popularity in the Americas, particularly in areas where plantation agriculture was practiced and the inspection of fields and crops necessitated long daily rides.

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Google previewThe Regulation of Gambling (2007)

European and National Perspectives by Alan David Littler, Cyrille Fijnaut

Conclusion Commending the Gambling Bill to the House, the Secretary of State said: '[G]ambling is a legitimate industry that requires fair and proportionate regulation.

Google previewEcological and Environmental Physiology of Mammals (2016)

by Philip C. Withers, Christine E. Cooper, Shane K. Maloney, Francisco Bozinovic, Ariovaldo P. Cruz Neto

Ambling is a gait used by some large mammals (e.g. elephants) and primates, that is a moderate speed gait where there is no phase with all four feet aerial ( Schmitt ...

Google previewSocial Statics (2016)

Great Essays by Herbert Spencer

Ambling is a pace not natural to the horse; yet there are American breeds that ...

Google previewGraphic Details (2014)

Jewish Women's Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews by Sarah Lightman

loiterateurs' ambling is a comment on and rejection of the literary ideal. Though the diary does not necessarily transgress the standards of life writing, it does resist, or at least precede editing. French literary critic and specialist in ...

Google previewBarrel and Box and Packages (1913)

by Edgar Harvey Defebaugh

ambling is a chance, buying KENNEDY Heading is ...

Google previewThe farriers and horsemans Dictionary (1726)

Ambling by the help of shoes. Another procures him a pair of hinder Shoes with long Spurnsor Plates, before the Toes, : of fuch a length, that if the Horse offers to trot, the hinder Foot beats the fore Foot before it. This Method is not to be ...

Google previewThe Farrier's and Horseman's Dictionary, Being a Complete System of Horsemanship ... (1726)

by Thomas Wallace

Ambling by the help of Shoes. Another procures him a pair of hinder Shoes with long Spurnsor Plates, before the Toes, and of such a length, that if the Horse offers to trot, the hinder Foot beats the fore Foot before it. This Method is not to be ...

Google previewThe Farrier's and Horseman's Dictionary, Being a Compleat System of Horsemanship ... By N. B. Φιλιππος.. (1726)

by N. B. PHILIPPOS (pseud.)

Ambling 5] the help of sheet. Another procures him a pair of hinder Shocs with lon Spurns or Plates, before the Toes, ans os such a length, that is the Horse offers to trot, the hinder Foot beats the sore Foot before it. This Method/is not to be ...

Google previewThe Farriers's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary: (1766)

Containing the Art of Farriery in All Its Branches; with Whatever Relates to the Manage, and to the Knowledge, Breeding, Feeding, and Dieting of Horses ... by Thomas Wallis (surgeon.)

The ambling horse changes fides at each remove; two legs of a side being always in the air, and two on the ground at the same time; an amble is usually the first natural pace of young colts, which, as soon as they have strength enough to - trot, ...

Google previewFocalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-bhéarla; or, An Irish-English dictionary [by J. O'Brien]. (1768)

by John O'Brien (R.C. bp. of Cloyne.)

Falarachd, pacing , ambling, &c. Falatas, chastisement.

Google previewA Dictionary, Hindustání and English (1847)

by William Yates

Ambling, (in horsemanship) going a certain gait which is generally taught to Tongan horses. s. An ambling horse. Rd];wdri, s.f. Ambling, (of a horse) QM) Rzihi, s. m. P. A traveller, - wayfarer; travelling. '5') Rim, 8. m. s. Prince, chicf_ R. rdydn, ...

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Pert and pretty, but she’s so shy
Girl from Curitiba goes ambling
Men stop to chat, she won’t comply
As tender hearts are not for gambling

ROTMS (Ray Lucero)
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Scrabble value of A1M3B3L1I1N1G2

The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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