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, also called founder, inflammation of the lamina, the innermost layer of the hoof wall in horses, ponies, and donkeys. Although the condition usually affects only the front feet, it may involve all four feet. Both acute and chronic forms occur.
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founder

[′fau̇n·dər]
(geology)
To sink under water either by depression of the land or by rise of sea level, especially in reference to large crustal masses, islands, or significant portions of continents.
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By driving the founders of the Plymouth Colony into exile, it constrained them to absolute separation irreconcilable.
Yet, as the original founder of the Roman State is said once to have lifted upon his shoulders the fame and fortunes of all his posterity, so let us never forget that the glory and greatness of all our descendants is in our hands.
MAGNiTT has released its research on the founders of MENA's top 100 funded startups.
The intent of the series is to take the Founders fan experience to a wider audience--though all of the beers are still released in limited batches.
com)-- Local students were honored at a scholarship awards reception given by the Founders Fund, Inc.
The shares of entrepreneurial companies can be divided among the firm's founders in a number of ways that may, or may not, take account of the relative value of each one's contributions.
Founders Pete Ward, 28, and pal Jerome Touze, 27, launched www.
This award was established by the Chemical Heritage Foundation and the Founders Club to recognize outstanding contributions to the petrochemical community.
The Blu-ray Disc Founders approved the BD-ROM physical specification within the general timeframe originally outlined in the BD-ROM development roadmap.
Thank you to Natural Foods Merchandiser, the major trade industry magazine, which selected us as one of 25 influential pioneers, along with the founders of Ben and Jerry's, Celestial Seasonings, Amy's, White Wave, and others.
WHILE I have reservations about President Bush's faith-based initiative, none of them stems from concerns about its constitutionality or its conformity to the wishes of America's founders.
Bob Tedeschi of the New York Times' "E-Commerce Report" moderated a discussion of this dilemma with four dot-com founders who have confronted their demons and found solutions: David Ellington, founder and chief executive of NetNoir; Harris Fricker, co-founder, president and chief executive of Whatifi.