from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The awn or beard of barley.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To pull away.
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- verb transitive, obsolete To
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Arntzenius, F. and T. Maudlin, 2000, “T.me T.avel and Modern Physics,” in T.e Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2000 Edition), E.N. Zalta (ed.), URL =.
Will hauling up g [r] avel for the walks in the yard.
Machiavel (1576); OSORIUS, De nobilitate christiana (Rome, 1592); POSSEVINO, Judicium de quatuor scriptoribus (Rome, 1592) 'FREDERICK II or PRUSSIA, whose Anti-Machi avel was edited by VOLTAIRE (Amsterdam, 1741).
 O.T. Mason, Primitive T.avel and T.ansportation, pp. 249-250.
Then he made the circuit of the field, to assure himself that all was right, and that there were no stragglers lying frozen in corners, or turned _avel_  in the lirks of the knowes.
[Footnote 6: A sheep turns _avel_ when it so settles itself upon its back in a hollow of the hill that it cannot rise.]
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