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 n.— «During the 1990s, some dressage riders started studying why horses move so much more freely in the pasture than under saddle. Out of those questions came some better saddle-fitting techniques and a method, called feldencris, that teaches riders to use their bodies more efficiently.» —“Billings Clinic acquisition will lead to more parking” by Jan Falstad Billings Gazette (Montana) Sept. 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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