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hewn

1. Roughly dressed, as stone shaped with mallet and chisel.
2. Roughly shaped with an ax, as hewn logs.
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And although I now hew with a broadax, all that I have described above was done with a Kent ax, which has a cutting bit no different than a felling ax.
ET&T, now a subsidiary of HeW, was founded in 1991 to develop an electronic data interchange service bureau, with the purpose of eliminating paper generated medical claims and securing more timely payments for health care providers.
announced the winners of the 2008 HEW (High-performance Embedded Workshop) Target Server Design Contest.
The concern is with China s economy, if it will have a hard or a soft landing, Hew said.
Hew served as a director of debt origination at GE Capital Real Estate where he originated commercial real estate loans across all asset classes and identified and evaluated loan opportunities within the CMBS and structured finance platforms.
Mr Hew said: "Caldmore Housing Association was founded on strong community principles and I was grateful to have the opportunity to build on these and grow the organisation with these values still rmly in place.
Fast-forward 50 years and Hew, a professor at Cambridge University, says little has changed - except now he is one of the country's most respected military historians.
Sir Hew is well known for his broadcasts on World War I for the BBC and is Chichele professor of the history of war at Oxford University, director of its changing character of war programme and author of The Politics of the British Army.
Long ago, the gift of the Promised Land had been summarized as the enjoyment of "large cities that you did not build, houses filled with all sorts of goods that you did not fill, hewn cisterns that you did not hew, vineyards and olive groves that you did not plant" (Deut 6:10f.
As a result of last year's suicides, the balconies in two of Hew York University's residence halls will be restricted by next fall.