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helve

The handle of an ax, adz, hatchet, etc.
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Consequently, implements where the 'tang' is the handle or helve are ignored in his discussion of waisted and butt-modified artefacts.
It's always best to buy a good winter coat early before the chill starts and the best ones fly off the helves.
By Christmas, 500 new products, including soups, pies, cakes, ice cream and ready meals, will be on sthe helves with 500 more out next year and 1,000 more given fresher recipes.
Onthe street of cobbled stones, Helves and fishermen make their home.
Took the men out in the evening with pick helves to chase hares, which caused great amusement.
It was really e game of two helves lost year for us with the second six months seeing a significant slowdown of the decline from 14% down year-on-year for the first six months to 6% for the letter six months.
Selected, straight-grained hickory is the first choice for handles of striking tools, particularly hammer and pick handles and axe helves, and for picking sticks in the textile industry, railway shunting poles and highly stressed parts of agricultural machinery," writes B.
We listen to what our customers think and decided to take it off the s helves.
Gone for three games in the stiffest penalty of the Cup is South Africa's Alfred Phiri for elbowing Denmark's Thomas Helves in the forehead.
I also thank Enno Valjal, Erki Russow, Herki Helves and Andres Vindi for their help with photos and finds, and Liis Soon who translated this paper.