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raker

1. A tool for raking out decayed mortar from the joints of brickwork, preparatory to repointing them.
2. Any inclined member, as a brace, or pile.
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48% in M arguni) and slightly higher number of rakers on the lower limb of the first gill arch.
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While you were busy with the leaf raker, the mail carrier sneaked into the house and stole the pie.
When Congress passed the Raker Act in 1913, granting San Francisco the right to flood the Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park to bring water and hydroelectric power to a city devastated by the earthquake and fires of 1906, it was supposed to be the final act in a passion play that had been running in California since the late 1800s.
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That's well before disclosure of cracks in raker beam 24 delayed the Oct.