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broadax

An ax having a large, broad blade; used for the roughdressing of timber.
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The investment in Broadaxe Business Park is the latest in a number of interventions by the Welsh Government in the mid Wales property market aimed at supporting jobs and growth.
The investment at Broadaxe is the latest in a number of interventions by the Welsh Government in the mid Wales property market aimed at supporting jobs and growth.
Thus, in surface appearance at least, the ancient land--once so dark and shadowy, so mystical and inviolate--appears conquered and docile, bludgeoned into submission by the mighty English broadaxe and the muscular backs of the yeomanry until there is nothing left but an insignificant "fringe of woods" surrounding the clear-cut landscape (James, "The Ash-tree" 40).
Along with his six discs in six years, he continued touring 150 nights a year, published the short story collection "Doghouse Roses," opened the Broadaxe Theatre in Nashville, Tenn., wrote a play about Karla Faye Tucker (a Texas woman executed in 1998 for two murders), acted in the HBO series "The Wire" and campaigned against the death penalty and land mines.
And he co-founded the BroadAxe Theatre, a company in Nashville that recently produced Karla, a play he wrote about executed Texan Karla Faye Tucker.
Effective November 2000, Filtration media manufacturer Hollinee LLC, Broadaxe, PA, acquired roll goods producer All Felt, Ingleside, IL.
And leaning against a tree might be a resting broadaxe, that
BroadAxe, Carbine, Shark EW, Spartan Charge, Zeus): David Davies (david.davies@fmc.com)