Blade

A blade is that portion of a tool, weapon, or machine with an edge that is designed to cut and/or puncture, stab, slash, chop, slice, thrust, or scrape surfaces or materials. A blade may be made from a flaking stone, such as flint, metal (usually steel), ceramic, or other material. == History and uses == When used for food preparation, the main us...
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Blade

• (v. i.) To put forth or have a blade. • (v. t.) To furnish with a blade. • (n.) Properly, the leaf, or flat part of the leaf, of any plant, especially of gramineous plants. The term is sometimes applied to the spire of grasses. • (n.) The broad part of an oar; also, one of the projecting arms of a screw propeller. • (n.) ...
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blade

(from the article `figure skating`) Skaters wear leather boots, sometimes custom-fitted, reinforced with thick padding to brace the ankle and with wide tongues for control and ...
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blade

(from the article `mineral`) ...illustrated in Figure 8, are given here: granular, an intergrowth of mineral grains of approximately the same size; lamellar, flat, platelike ...
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blade

1) The hitting part of an iron clubhead, not including the hosel. 2) To hit the ball with the leading edge of the blade of an iron.
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Blade

1. (also 'leading edge') the leading (lowest/forward-most) edge of a club's head, where the sole and
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blade

noun the flat part of a tool or weapon that (usually) has a cutting edge
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Blade

[archaeology] In archaeology a blade is a type of stone tool created by striking a long narrow flake from a stone core. Blades are defined as being flakes that are at least twice as long as they are wide and that have parallel or subparallel sides and at least two ridges on the dorsal (outer) side. Additionally, a tool must be part of an in...
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Blade

[geometry] In geometric algebra, a blade is a generalization of the concept of scalars and vectors to include simple bivectors, trivectors, etc. Specifically, a {mvar|k}-blade is any object that can be expressed as the exterior product (informally wedge product) of {mvar|k} vectors, and is of grade {mvar|k}. In detail: In a {mvar|n}-dimensi...
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Blade

[magazine] Blade is a long-running consumer magazine about knife collecting. First published in 1973 under the title American Blade by Southern House Publishing Co. with Blackie Collins as the editor, the magazine`s title was changed to Blade in 1982 after its purchase by Jim Parker and Bruce Voyles. In the 1980s, the magazine served as the...
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BLADE

[software] BLADE (Block All Drive-by Download Exploits) is a computer program that was developed by Phillip Porras and Vinod Yegneswaran at SRI International; and Long Lu and Wenke Lee at the Georgia Institute of Technology. BLADE is funded by grants from the National Science Foundation, the United States Army Research Laboratory, and the O...
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Blade

[video game] Blade is a video game based on the 1998 film adaptation of the Blade character that starred Wesley Snipes. The game was developed by Hammerhead and published by Activision for the Game Boy Color and PlayStation in 2000. It follows the adventure of Blade with help of his mentor and friend Abraham Whistler, and with old remembere...
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Blade

[Warzard] This is the logo of Horowhenua Kapiti Rugby Union. ...
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Blade

Blade (blād) noun [ Middle English blade , blad , Anglo-Saxon blæd leaf; akin to Old Saxon , D., Dan., & Swedish blad , Icelandic blað , Old High German blat , German blatt , and perhaps to Latin folium , Greek fy`llon . Th...
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Blade

Blade intransitive verb To put forth or have a blade. « As sweet a plant, as fair a flower, is faded As ever in the Muses' garden bladed . P. Fletcher. »
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Blade

Blade noun The flat part of the tongue immediately behind the tip, or point. « 'Lower blade ' implies, of course, the lower instead of the upper surface of the tongue.» H. Sweet.
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blade

a rail fixed at one end to form a normal running rail where the other end is free to move up to a fixed rail or to be moved away from this
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Blade

An arm of a propeller or a rotating wing.Specifically, restrictive, that part of a propeller arm or of a rotating wing from the shank outward, i.e., that part having an efficient airfoil shape and that cleaves the air. See blade shank.A vane (in sense 2), such as a rotating vane or stationary vane in a rotary air compressor, or a vane of a turbine ...
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blade

Any broad and flattened region of a plant or alga, which allows for increased photosynthetic surface area.
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blade

Any broad and flattened region of a plant or alga, which allows for increased photosynthetic surface area.
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Blade

Blade is an English name for boys. The meaning is `glory` The name Blade is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Baldie, Bald, Blythe, Blithe, Plato, Platt Similar names are: Blane, Blaze, Blase, Blake, Glade, Slade
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Blade

Blade is slang for a knife, especially one carried for fighting.
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Blade

Either the whole plant leaf, excluding the petiole, or all parts of the leaf except the midrib.
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Blade

In architecture the principal rafters of a roof are known as the blade or backs.
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blade

lamina; part of the leaf above the sheath or petiole
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