fleam


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fleam

[flēm]
(design engineering)
The angle of bevel of the edge of the teeth of a saw with respect to the plane of the blade.
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Fleam, as identified by Leonard Keifer; Steven Mead, Kearney, Neb.
londrihtes mot paere maegburge monna aeghwylc idel hweorfan, syddan aedelingas feorran gefricgean fleam eowerne domleasan daed.
The thing they actually use is a vet's fleam used for bleeding cattle.
And adding even more detail to the linguistic map is the almost ostentatious technical and scientific vocabulary in the narrative: pollex, surd, calenture, spalling, birl, fleam, ferrule, pelisse, blouson, marasmus, shallop, spurlinglines .