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  • n. Plural form of evener.


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  • Sam and Silver came with harnesses and collars, but we needed the pieces called eveners that connect the horses’ tug chains to the tongue of a machine, and neck yokes, to hold the tongue off the ground in front.

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  • Kathleen tells me that her class has pooled their eveners to buy a Fardie for their school as a graduation present and that they are going to outswing it for the first time at the commencement exercises-then she had to hurry away because she had been co-opted in charge.

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  • The boys were taught how to handle and care for tools, how to frame a building, how to make eveners, hayracks, watering troughs, wagon boxes, and similar useful farm articles.

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  • Texans are no longer the break-eveners ... they're over .500.

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  • His willingness to engage in the early tedium of separating fond remembrance from power-of-the-pen score eveners?

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