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  • noun Plural form of tine.

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Examples

  • The one buck on the far left has lost 2 more left tines from the last pic i have of him and alot of scars on his hind quarter.

    December Trail Cam Contest

  • All submitted comments are subject to the rules set forth in our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. from traditional larry wrote 1 year 4 weeks ago that top buck with the drop tines is a real monster. to bad he wasn't killed with a bow - and i don't mean a compound, but a bow.

    Today's Two-Fer

  • 57 Landfill tax Councils would have to pay extra over the next four years (hence fines and cameras in tines of beans) - £3 billion

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  • 57 Landfill tax Councils would have to pay extra over the next four years (hence fines and cameras in tines of beans) - £3 billion

    The Soixante-neuf of Liberty

  • If its thicker than a broom handle you need to look at the length of the tines, I the tines are about 3 inches long its usually about 3 1/2 years old.

    Aging Whittails

  • The three heads (also called tines) are also very durable, so you don't have to worry about them breaking off while in use.

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  • ( "tines") are created by projecting the distance between the cycle highs and lows forward in time.

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  • Each side of his rack had five tines that were fourteen to eighteen inches long each.

    Field & Stream's Best Hunting Story Contest: Final Week (Week Four)

  • Each side of his rack had five tines that were fourteen to eighteen inches long each.

    Field & Stream's Best Hunting Story Contest: Final Week (Week Four)

  • Long tines, very wide, counted 14 points while my heart was stopping, all BIG points too.

    Urban Legends

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