blade face

blade face

The flat surface of a propeller blade corresponding to the underside of an airfoil. This is the portion of the blade that strikes the air. The other side of the blade is called blade back
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The "two-strikes" sentence means adults convicted more than once of being in possession of a blade face a minimum sixmonth prison sentence.
Under tougher penalties due this month, adults convicted more than once of being in possession of a blade face a minimum six months' jail.
The wide face of the chef's knife blade can be used to crush garlic, spices, nuts and other foods, while the blade face can be used to pound veal, chicken and other meats to both shape and tenderize.
Under new knife laws people caught carrying a blade face immediate arrest and custody until appearing in court.
IN-FORM speedster Needwood Blade faces some of the sharpest knives in the sprinting drawer when he attempts
Pull out the knife, turn it over so blade faces opposite direction, and reinsert through original incision.