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tine

any of the sharp terminal branches of a deer's antler
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These machines tend to bite into the soil and the tine action pulls the tines deeper--pulling against the drive wheels, which generally win the tug-of-war.
By starting with the Greeks and Romans, Tine clearly shows the influence of their style choices on the rest of Western history.
Autism may not be curable, but Tine was functioning adequately.
Dick noted, "Unfortunately, following the bowhunter's last sighting of the deer, the buck broke off the brow tine and G-2 tine from his left antler.
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).
Tine was born in Oslo and started to play trumpet at the age of seven in a school band.
There aren't that many trumpet soloists in general around, so I feel extremely honoured to be one of them," Tine says.
I paid $16 for welding, $10 for the garage-sale handles and $15 for the spring tines.
Spoor and Godwin (1978) pioneered the technique of a shallow leading tine (SLT) ripper for an offset configuration to reduce the overburden pressure on the following deeper tines.
INJURIES were a constant hindrance to Tine Baun towards the end of her career.