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tine

any of the sharp terminal branches of a deer's antler
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A Dassault Systemes company and supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O) services provider, Quintiq, has announced that its strategic planning solution for TINE AS has led to more cost-efficient routes.
Mini tillers have tines that rotate away from the operator--the end result is that they pull the tiller forward.
Forks for gathering and pitching hay and grain have been around since antiquity and originally were made of wood with the handle and two or three tines carved from a stout sapling with the branches located just right.
In the interest of trying to see what the deer might have looked like before breaking off the G-1 (brow tine) and G-2 typical tines on his left side, Jim commissioned renowned Iowa antler repair specialist Tom Sexton to restore them as best as was possible.
On the other hand, we would expect to find eggs and lice, or their body parts, and human hair between the tines, if they were used primarily for grooming or delousing.
To make this DIY broadfork, I bought two sets of coil-spring harrow tine replacements at the AG-West Supply and drilled two tight holes in a 1-inch-square hollow metal bar, 26 inches long, for the tines to be driven through.
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.
6 HP low maintenance engine powers four ground-breaking, revolving tines, each with six angled "teeth", to make fast, almost effortless work of breaking up and turning over soil up to 20cm deep by 25cm wide in a single pass (8" x 93/4").
Operators, don't throw caution to the wind when you adjust the tines on your forklift.
The Cat G130B uses a two-over-three tine configuration that allows the three tines on the slightly curved lower jaw to sink easily into scrap piles, while a pair of tines on the interlocking upper jaw exerts ample hydraulic power to retain material securely on the large working surfaces of the jaws.
The latest comb's unique double-ended design incorporates tines on either side - made of stainless steel and polypropylene (PP) - with a main body also made of PP.
For departures, 24 check-in positions (eight international and 16 domestic) will feed bags through to security screening tines with L-3 MVT-HR x-ray machines and Level 3 in-line x-ray machines, supplied by Gate Technologies.