sandalled up to the calf of the leg. Every Latin scholar knows that calceos mutare means to “become a senator.”

Cob (A). Between a pony and a horse in size, from thirteen to nearly fifteen hands high. The word means big, stout. The original meaning is a tuft or head, hence eminent, large, powerful. The “cob of the county” is the great boss thereof. A rich cob is a plutocrat Hence also a male, as a cob-swan.
    Riding horses run between fifteen and sixteen hands in height, and carriage horses, between sixteen and seventeen hands.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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