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raked

Said of any surface that is inclined with respect to the horizontal, such as a raked molding, or the inclined surface of a raked cornice in a triangular pediment.
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Other revenue generators included payments for electronic construction permits which brought the county Sh135.1 million, seasonal parking Sh100.6 million, daily parking S6.42 million, parking penalties Sh1.64 million and off street parking Sh797, 400.In addition, rent collected from tenants living in houses owned by the county raked in S6.87 million, payment for liquor licenses brought in S1.1 million while payments for fire extinguishers stood at Sh77.66 million.Bill payments recorded Sh62.28 million, market stalls licenses Sh8.83 million, health permits raked over Sh6.5 million with regularization at S43, 600.The County is targeting to automate all its 136 revenue streams by the end of this month with 97 already digitised.
This year, we cut the hay with a rotary mower, then raked it with a side-delivery rake bought in the late 1950s but still going strong.
The race is for the most raked hands and not for the value of rakes.
If you repeat the process in the spring, over-sow the raked out mossy areas and your grass will come up a treat.
The revolving horse-rake made comparatively quick work of gathering windrows and practically raked the field clean.
I said if we raked them the way we did when we started the tournament, we'd have an uncertainty of what the lie was.
"We went out and had 150 rakes made over the weekend and I found that once the bunker was raked the second time the rake was too narrow and it just went right back to a smooth bunker.
The stunning, gargantuan, Richard Serra-like set (designed by Waltz and Thomas Schenk) was made up of a curved, hanging, caramel-colored wooden wall and a heavily raked white floor that sat like an installation on the beautifully lit stage.