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- noun A cutting
toolthat has a curved blade set at a right angleto the handle and is used in shaping wood.
- verb To shape a material using an adze.
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- noun an edge tool used to cut and shape wood
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One of them, described as an "adze," was exhibited by
The next minute with wonderful skill our visitor had cut some bamboos with a kind of adze he had in the cord round his waist, slit open and cleaned the fish with a sharp-pointed piece of wood, and then got each one stuck on a piece of bamboo to roast before the fire.
The use of a dictionary - as in, "It'd be great if 'adze' were a word.
A top lot will be an 18th-century Tahitian adze used to build Polynesian canoes that Ms. Kloman calls, "a work of art" estimate: €80,000-€120,000.
He grabbed his adze from the bench and stood for a moment over the man, arms crossed and shook his head.
I, Mongondro, in my youth, was a good workman with the adze.
The triggers were lamentable, the inletting appeared to have been done with an adze, and the checking was executed with a rooster claw.
Liberalism in the classical sense is different by arthur adze on Monday, Aug 3, 2009 at 7: 15: 54 AM
Agreed by arthur adze on Friday, Apr 17, 2009 at 6: 59: 34 PM
The next is resistance .... by arthur adze (0 articles, 0 quicklinks, 0 diaries, 8 comments [7 recommended, 0 rejected]) on Friday, Jun 12, 2009 at 9: 31: 08 AM