- n. Plural form of blade.
“One major advantage of not having blades is reduced maintenance costs.”
“The old-fashioned safety razor, with replaceable blades, is easier on the scalp as well as the environment.”
“The 100% reliability advantage of fixed blades is huge.”
““Mujauhar”: the watery or wavy mark upon Eastern blades is called the “jauhar,” lit. = jewel.”
“The locking ability of blades is a great safety feature.”
“It looks like a conventional design (the helical arrangement of blades is so well-known as to be mentioned in the Wikipedia article on vertical turbines, for example) with added dubious marketing gimmicks to me.”
“Each one of those blades is a lock-blade, so it folds down for carrying, and a clockwise twist separates it into two 3-bladed pieces.”
“Its a rack of blades from the "premiere provider of high-density blade servers ... in the industry", Racksaver.”
“The creek leaped over rocks, slid thin blades of swift current between the higher bowlders, and crept stealthily down into shady pools, where speckled trout lay motionless except for the gently-moving tail and fins that held them stationary in some deeper shadow.”
“They would become known as the blades of Quel'Serrar.”
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