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Yet let us enjoy the cloven flame whilst it glows on our walls.
The mischiefmaker is the devil himself, an actor adorned with a pig's snout and cloven hooves.
Here and there the mud was firm enough to hold the impression of a cloven hoof.
His feet are a blend of the camel's two-toed conjoined footpad and the guanaco's cloven hoof.
Mountain goats have cloven hooves with two toes that spread wide to improve balance.
First he found your cloven hoof and now he is worried about your tin foil hat.
Foot-and-mouth disease is an extremely contagious disease of cloven-hoofed animals.
They have four cloven feet, similar in appearance to a deer's hooves.
He has one peg leg and the other with a cloven hoof.
They are aided by cloven hooves that are sharp-edged, elastic, and convex with a soft pliable inner pad.
The disease is extremely contagious and spreads easily among cloven-hoofed animals, including bison and other wildlife.
Rinderpest is a highly contagious, often fatal foreign animal disease of cloven hoofed animals.
Muskoxen have cloven hooves, all four of which are the same size.
It also affects sheep, goats, deer and other cloven-hoofed ruminants.
It had cloven hooves as big around as an oak's trunk.

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