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using sharp mower blades will help produce a crisp, quality of cut and contribute to the ongoing vitality of your lawn – every time you mow.
Source: yardcare.toro.com

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Bladeapplied to the glittering point of a spear ( Job 39:23 ) or sword ( Nahum 3:3 ), the blade of a dagger ( Judges 3:22 ); the "shoulder blade" ( Job 31:22 ); the "blade" of cere [..]
Source: biblestudytools.com

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1. (also "leading edge") the leading (lowest/forward-most) edge of a club's head, where the sole and face meet  2. (also "skull, thin, belly") when the ball i [..]
Source: pgaprofessional.com

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This can mean several things. With putters it is used to describe one with a narrow club head from front to back. In relation to irons it is the hitting area of the club but also can mean a type of ir [..]
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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The usually broad, flattened part of a leaf.
Source: sjmastergardeners.ucanr.edu

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The broad, flat part of a leaf. Bleeding
Source: njlandscapes.com

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the expanded, thin structure of a leaf on either side of the midrib, or main vein; the blade is usually the large and most conspicuous part of a leaf
Source: extension.umaine.edu

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A Blade is on the one hand side a special kind of iron. It has a thin topline but a smooth, full back. In the past all iron heads were forged and therefore known as blades. Furthermore it has a smaller sweet spot, because its weighting is concentrated behind the clubface center. Another characteristic of blades is, that they are usually forged and [..]
Source: thematchplayer.com

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grass blades grow at the base of the blade and not from elongated stem tips. This low growth point evolved in response to grazing animals and allows grasses to be grazed or mown regularly without seve [..]
Source: yardcare.toro.com

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especially a leaf of grass or the broad portion of a leaf as distinct from the petiole a dashing young man; "gay young blades bragged of their amorous adventures" something l [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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lingo for the area of an iron used to hit the golf ball.
Source: gamerisms.com

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part of the head of an iron. Specifically where the face of the club meets the bottom/flange forming the leading corner of the club head or the blade. Example: "If you hit the ball with the b [..]
Source: thegolfexpert.com

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a type of iron where the bottom and the top are particularly thin as compared to standard or even oversize clubs. Example: "Karl prefers to hit blades rather than those new oversized irons.&a [..]
Source: thegolfexpert.com

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(aka: "skull" or "thin" or "belly") the action of hitting a ball with the blade of a club resulting in a low trajectory shot. Example: "A [..]
Source: thegolfexpert.com

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The common name for the club head
Source: playthinkinggolf.com

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To hit a ball off the edge of an iron, thereby creating a shot that takes off like a line drive in baseball. Most often the shot will end up beyond its intended target. This shot is also said to be hi [..]
Source: badgolfer.com

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The hitting part of an iron clubhead, not including the hosel.
Source: 100golfschools.com

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The general term given to the striking face of any iron head.
Source: blog.hirekogolf.com

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one leaf of grass or wheat. The same word also means the cutting part of a knife
Source: eenglish.in

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A type of putter or slang for an iron.
Source: 1st-golf-info.com

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The part of an iron clubhead, not including the hosel, which is used to strike th golf ball.
Source: mountjuliet.ie

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applied to the glittering point of a spear (Job 39:23) or sword (Nah. 3:3), the blade of a dagger (Judg. 3:22); the "shoulder blade" (Job 31:22); the "blade" of cereals (Matt. 13:2 [..]
Source: biblegateway.com

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Flat, green part of a leaf; expanded or flattened portion of a brown alga. blastocoel
Source: mhhe.com

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One of the two "tines" of a front fork. A spoke that has been flattened in the direction of rotation for improved ærodynamics. "Bladed" spokes are so wide that they will not fit t [..]
Source: sheldonbrown.com

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an expanded portion of a leaf.
Source: plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

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The moving part of a point or rail switch which causes a train to change direction at a diverging junction.
Source: railway-technical.com

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The round, razor sharp portion of a rotary cutter. Also, the cutter used on a serger.
Source: thesewingdictionary.com

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[Leaf parts] -- The flat, usually green and photosynthetic part of a leaf (lamina).
Source: kew.org

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(n) especially a leaf of grass or the broad portion of a leaf as distinct from the petiole(n) a dashing young man(n) something long and thin resembling a blade of grass(n) a cutting or thrusting w [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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An area of the tongue. The blade is the free part of the tongue which lies beneath the alveolar ridge when the tongue is at rest. The very forward end of the tongue is called the tip or apex. Vocal tr [..]
Source: blogjam.name

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The part of a wind generator rotor that catches the wind.
Source: otherpower.com

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A knowing blade, a sharp fellow; a regular blade, a buck or fop. (Anglo-Saxon, blad or blœd, a branch or sprig.)
Source: bartleby.com

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A thin,, sharply defined ridge in the body metal, or an appliqué of a similar nature.
Source: rsmck.com

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is used to define the cantilever portion of the reed switch contained within the glass envelope.
Source: standexelectronics.com

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Either the whole plant leaf, excluding the petiole, or all parts of the leaf except the midrib, i.e. the lamina.
Source: phlorum.com

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a long, thin flake of stone that’s produced in some techniques of stone tool making
Source: thesga.org

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Slang term for a centerboard or rudder.
Source: apsltd.com

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1. the broad, flattened portion of an oar   2. the "wings" of a propeller
Source: photographers1.com

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, any thin, flat structure like a leaf or a sword or knife (T-B); an elongate, flattened, usually stiff spicule (Harbach and Knight); lacinia, q.v. (T-B); in Collembola, the principle ramus of the max [..]
Source: antbase.org

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Any thin, flat structure like a leaf or a sword or knife; an elongate, flattened, usually stiff spicule; specifically the structure located generally on the apex or subapex of the basal antennal segme [..]
Source: chirokey.skullisland.info

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The flat portion of the grass leaf above the sheath.
Source: turffiles.ncsu.edu

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, sb. Strawberries, raspberries, and currants, are sold by the blade; i.e. a cabbage-leaf into which a pint or quart, as the case may be, of the fruit, has been put.
Source: ulsterscotsacademy.com

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the main component of a sword on which the hilt
Source: hpfc.org.uk

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Length of steel that forms a sword. Bow:
Source: medieval-castles.org

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n. "blade (of a sword); sword," s.v. blade OED. KEY: blade@n
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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n 2 blade 2
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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Wooden part of bat.
Source: lucioping.altervista.org

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The wooden part of the racket.
Source: allabouttabletennis.com

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Wooden part of the bat.
Source: tabletennisact.org.au

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An iron club that does not have a cavity at the back of its head. A club like this has a very small sweet spot and as a result is used, with more effect by the better swinger. It is easier to shape sh [..]
Source: letsgetgolfing.com

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The flattened region of a leaf.
Source: groups.molbiosci.northwestern.edu

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The flattened part of a leaf.
Source: growershouse.com

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the broad, flat portion of a typical leaf
Source: go.hrw.com

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knife
Source: manythings.org

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A flake of flint or other material used for cuttting.
Source: newarchaeology.com

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The wide, flat end of the paddle.
Source: paddling.net

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(1) The broad, expanded part of a leaf. (2) The broad, expanded photosynthetic part of the thallus of a multicellular alga or a simple plant.
Source: phschool.com

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Old English blæd "a leaf," but also "a leaf-like part" (of spade, oar, etc.), from Proto-Germanic *bladaz (source also of Old Frisian bled "leaf," German Blatt, Old Saxo [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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sword
Source: en.oxforddictionaries.com

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large, flat, leaf-like structure on some seaweeds.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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single leaf of grass.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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Any broad and flattened region of a plant or alga, which allows for increased photosynthetic surface area.
Source: ucmp.berkeley.edu

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The flattened part of a leaf.
Source: atlantishydroponics.com

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see Finger
Source: lowel.tiffen.com

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The expanded or flattened part of the leaf.
Source: southerngardening.org

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term used to describe one type of iron made by forging the metal rather than from a cast mold. Also, describes a shot struck "thinly" with the bottom of an iron sriking high up on the golf b [..]
Source: translationdirectory.com


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