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kevel, cavel, cavil

1. A stone mason’s axe with a flat face for knocking off projecting angular points, and a pointed peen for reducing a surface to the desired form; also called a jedding axe.
2. A heavy timber, as a timber bolted between two stanchions.
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Survivors include his wife; his mother Rae Day, of Paducah; a daughter, Stephanie; three sisters, Kathy Kalina of North Aurora, Ill., Joan Little of Kevil, Ky., and Cindy Dokken of Paducah; two brothers, Gary of Montgomery, Ill., and Steven of Eugene.