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tine

any of the sharp terminal branches of a deer's antler
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"Des progres ne peuvent etre accomplis qu'en protegeant les droits de l'homme parallelement au developpement, en meme temps que les efforts pour obtenir la paix et la securite", a conclu Tine.
If you have time, study the bull's rack tine by tine.
When you left the seminary I bumped into Tine and we shared common friends like Pat Tubat a friend of my papa.
A number of manufacturers sell them now--they all consist of a lightweight engine mounted above and coupled to a gear-driven transmission that turns a set of spring steel tines at relatively high speeds.
Therefore, an experimental canopy shaking machine was designed and developed for conducting field trials, which is a tractor-mounted canopy shaker with adjustable shaking frequency, tine number, shaking height, and shaking pose and position (as shown in Figure 2(a)).
Hal Tine, who teaches at the Savannah College of Art and Design, has created a book that briskly covers Western and non-Western style with more than 400 illustrations, all in full color, many of them period images.
Tine was obviously a troubled woman and 15 years before she had been seeing a psychiatrist regularly.
Moving forward, Tine points out, "we need to think about ways that low-income rural and urban children can overcome their specific working memory difficulties so they can optimize their learning on these academic tasks."
TINE SA is Norway's largest dairy product cooperative consisting of around 15,000 farmers and more than 5,600 employees.
The positive combs had an average separation or tine gap of 490 pm (SD = 217) at its widest point and the negative cases had similar values (470 pm, SD = 240).
Professor Ian Tracey plays the mighty Willis organ of Liverpool Cathedral next weekend while trumpet player Tine Thing Helseth will join him for the Organ Gala 2014 event.
The Triple Tine Mechanical Grapple has three points of contact to lift irregular shapes such as rock and field stone.