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can┬Ětle
[kan-tl]
NOUN
1.
the hind part of a saddle, usually curved upward.
2.
a corner; piece; portion: a cantle of land.
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Parts of a Saddle - The Cantle - Western saddles

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Cantle {\ˈkan-təl\} : n. The back of the saddle seat, which provides a backrest and support, keeps the rider in the saddle, as well as anchoring the bars of the ...

Cantle | Define Cantle at Dictionary.com

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Cantle definition, the hind part of a saddle, usually curved upward. See more.

The Cantle - Western Saddle Guide

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What is a cantle and what's its function on a western saddle? We explain it all to you.

Cantle - definition of cantle by The Free Dictionary

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A corner, segment, or portion; a piece: a cantle of land. [Middle English cantel, corner, from Old French, from Medieval Latin cantellus, from Vulgar Latin *cantus;  ...

Cantle | Definition of Cantle by Merriam-Webster

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Define cantle: a segment cut off or out of something : part, portion.

cantle - definition of cantle in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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the raised curved part at the back of a horse's saddle. Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

Ted Cantle

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Welcome.Ted Cantle established the former Institute of Community Cohesion ( iCoCo) in 2005 and this became the UK's leading authority on community ...

Britain becoming more segregated than 15 years ago, says race ...

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May 23, 2016 ... Prof Ted Cantle, who wrote report after 2001 race riots, identifies trends of 'more prejudice, intolerance and mistrust' in schools and workplaces.