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broadax

An ax having a large, broad blade; used for the roughdressing of timber.
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Warren Dean, With Broadax and Firebrand: The Destruction of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest (California: University of California Press, 1995); Christian Brannstrom, "Was Brazilian Industrialisation Fuelled by Wood?
For an overview of antebellum army life and the desertion problem see Francis Paul Prucha, Broadax and Bayonet (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1953); Francis Paul Prucha, Sword of the Republic (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1969); Marcus Cunliffe, Soldiers and Civilians (Boston: Little, Brown, 1970); Russell F.
With the Broadax and Firebrand, the Destruction of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest.
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They were seven men, armed with one hatchet and a broadax.
Frundt's account of consultation, collaboration, and solidarity between North American labor rights advocates and their Central American and Caribbean counterparts in the GSP labor rights enforcement process shows how a sanctions strategy can be wielded like a stiletto rather than a broadax.
Sometimes he edited with a broadax, hacking chunks out of my precious editorial as if it were a rotten log (and.
It required skill and balance to stand on the beam, notch it, and swing the broadax rhythmically to remove each chunk of wood.
Logger californicus is represented by a display of hobnailed boots, a broadax, and a cant hook.
In lumber camps, blacks performed the heaviest work but were not allowed to cut railroad ties: "It is not well," explained one owner, "to encourage them to use the broadax.