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Titera’s Tidbit: Neat’s Foot Oil
— Only those who take particularly good care of their shoes, handbags, and other leather goods spend much time around “neat’s foot oil” these days. The term has nothing to do with tidiness, but instead derives from an Old-English word for cattle, neat. The oil comes from a sac in the cow’s heel, whence the foot portion of the phrase.
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