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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unedge.

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Examples

  • I knit happily on – I can almost hold the unedged part of the top of the Princess straight in my outstretched arms.

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  • Another piece was 'part of the skirt, not the hem,' — that is to say, was torn completely out, through the agency of thorns, from the unedged interior of the dress!

    The Mystery of Marie Roget

  • From the worn brown leather belt at her left side hung the battered scabbard that held her unedged practice sabre.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Figure 12 Construction of a block-type pile 1 unedged-sawn boards, 2 pile strips, 3 bottom boards, 4 common pile strips of neighbouring blocks

    5. Construction of Sawn Timber Piles

  • Edged or unedged-sawn timbers of equal thickness and approximately the same length are tied up in packages or piled up with intermediate pile strips.

    5. Construction of Sawn Timber Piles

  • Edged or unedged-sawn boards of equal length are piled up in the form of equilateral triangles without any pile strips.

    5. Construction of Sawn Timber Piles

  • Figure 1 Cutting-off of the rough edges (1 unedged-sawn, 2 edged)

    1. Purpose and Meaning of Maintenance and Drying of Wood

  • Edged or unedged-sawn boards or frame timbers of equal thickness and approximately the same length are well arranged side by side and piled up in layers in a box-type form using pile strips.

    5. Construction of Sawn Timber Piles

  • They sat in silence for some time, watching the rain that deluged the city, the warm devitalizing rain that unedged even the fieriest of

    Never-Fail Blake

  • The dust-covered papers and miscellany which cumbered the table long undisturbed, spoke of an idle office and of hours unedged with interest.

    A Pagan of the Hills

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