Axe

A large chopping tool that may have a grove for hafting to a handle.

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Axe

An axe (or ax) is an implement that has been used for millennia to shape, split and cut wood; to harvest timber; as a weapon; and as a ceremonial or heraldic symbol. The axe has many forms and specialised uses but generally consists of an axe head with a handle, or helve. Before the modern axe, the stone-age hand axe was used from 1.5 million year...
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AXE

Architects of Gothic style in the Medieval period (mid-12th century until the late 15th century). ...
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axe

[v] - chop or split with an ax, as of wood
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Axe

• Alt. of Axeman • (n.) A tool or instrument of steel, or of iron with a steel edge or blade, for felling trees, chopping and splitting wood, hewing timber, etc. It is wielded by a wooden helve or handle, so fixed in a socket or eye as to be in the same plane with the blade. The broadax, or carpenter`s ax, is an ax for hewing timber, m......
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axe

ax verb chop or split with an ax; `axe wood`
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Axe

(Ax) A tool with a long handle and bladed head (single bit-- one sharp side or double bit-- two sharp sides) for chopping deadfall from trails, shaping stakes for turnpikes and waterbars, and cutting notches for structures made of timber.
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Axé

[music] Axé (aˈʃɛ) is a popular music genre originating in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil approximately in 1986, fusing different Afro-Caribbean genres, such as Marcha, Reggae, and Calypso. It also includes influences of Brazilian music such as Frevo, Forró and Carixada. The most important creator of this music style was Alfredo Moura, conduc...
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AXE

A part of the faller's safety equipment which serves many pounding and chopping functions. Can also be used to plumb the lean of a tree and gauge the height of the tree.
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Axe

A sharp tool comprising of the axehead with the cutting edge, and a handle to hold on to. Used to chop trees down and cut other hard materials apart.
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axe

A tool or instrument of steel, or of iron with a steel edge or blade, for felling trees, chopping and splitting wood, hewing timber, etc. It is wielded by a wooden helve or handle, so fixed in a socket or eye as to be in the same plane with the blade. The broadax, or carpenter's ax, is an ax for hewing timber, made heavier than the chopping ax, and...
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Axe

A trading preference in relation to positions taken by a trader, that would reduce risk and/or help lock in profits. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Axe

An axe is a tool, usually comprising a metal head, connected to a wooden handle, used for chopping and cleaving.
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Axe

Axe is slang for any musical instrument, especially a guitar or horn.
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axe

instrument used in chopping wood
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Axe

Series of all-terrain vehicles [IL]
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axe

Weapon or tool with a stone or metal head. In archaeology, it denotes the stone and bronze axeheads used by the prehistoric peoples of Europe. More generally, the term `axe` or battle-axe is...
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Axe

Yoruba word roughly translatable as 'life force,' now applied as a label for an Afro-Bahian pop style.
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