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1. A piece of sheet steel with a toothed edge along the long dimension; used to level and scratch plaster to produce a key for the next coat; a comb.
2. A tool consisting of a steel plate having a finely serrated edge; used to dress stone by dragging it back and forth across the surface.

fingers

fingers
Finger systems.
A roofed structure, with or without sidewalls, extending from the main terminal building or its concourse to the aircraft loading positions. Fingers are protrusions from the terminal building that extend into the apron area. A finger can be a fenced-open walkway or a completely closed structure one or two stories in height. It can be straight, Y-shaped, or T-shaped.
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His fingers were always play- ing in my hair," said another.
She raised her eyes to my face, on being thus addressed, and her fingers plied their work, and she looked at me with an unmoved countenance.
If I put the ring upon the little finger of my left hand, then I can fly like a bird through the air wherever I wish to go.
With her slim fingers grasping the collar of a wolf hound upon either side of her Meriem walked on toward the bungalow upon the porch of which a woman dressed in white waved a welcome to her returning lord.
A warm and strong hand clasped the youth's languid fingers for an instant, and then he heard a cheerful and audacious whistling as the man strode away.
This case of ebony the artist opened, and bade Annie place her fingers on its edge.
Simultaneously one of the waiting warriors raised his left hand, ostensibly to brush back his hair, and upon one of his fingers I saw the duplicate of my own ring.
But if imprints have been taken of the thumb and four fingers of both hands one must needs lose all entirely to escape identification.
And for reply to that exalted flattery of hospitality, D'Artagnan went and kissed Athos fervently on the brow, and with his trembling fingers closed his eyes.
Strong fingers were at his throat, fingers of steel.
The only thing about her that he had particularly noticed was a ring of peculiar workmanship upon a finger of the hand that Rokoff had seized, and he determined to note the fingers of the women passengers he came upon thereafter, that he might discover the identity of her whom Rokoff was persecuting, and learn if the fellow had offered her further annoyance.
He held her fingers tightly for a moment, without speaking.