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My father sighed and ran his right hand down the shiny ax helve.
He comments in the Pilgrimage: 'The Indians will not goe (under five or six) to set upon one of them; this yet he killed with the helve of an axe' (Pilgrimage, p.
Later, McCarthy (1976:55) suggested that they are monolithic axes or hatchets, with head and helve made from a single piece of stone.
Zines and the Revolution, Grrrl-Style' in Rob White (ed), Australian Youth Subcultures: On the Margins and in the Mainstream, Hobart: National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1999; and Anita Harris, 'Dodging and Weaving: Girls Countering the Stories of Youth Citizenship,' International Journal of Critical Psychology, Special Issue: Under the Covers: Theorising the Politics of Counter Stories, Michelle Fine and Anita Harris eds, (2001): 4; and Helena Helve, 'Perspectives on Social Exclusion, Citizenship and Youth' in John Bynner, Lynne Chisholm and Andy Furlong (eds), Youth, Citizenship and Change in a European Context, Ashgate: Aldershot, 1997.
In Iraq, where Arab Sunnis helve traditionally dominated government, a Kurdish minority (15-20 percent) is situated in the northwest; an Arab Shi'ah majority (55-60 percent) in the south, and an Arab Sunni minority (15-20 percent) in the center.
She was a solo developer of Macintosh software and is the designer of the well-known freeware font Helve Programmers.
They helve their normal obligations, but at the same time they have to cope with the increasing volume of postal voting.
In questa apparente considerazione di "ibridismo ideale" (il principe deve acquistare animalita) Machiavelli lascia poi intravedere quell'ibridismo naturale che e in realta gia insito in tutti gli uomini, e che rimanda a un universo tutto materiale in cui gli interscambi tra alto e basso, helve e umani, virtu e corruzione, prosperita e decadenza, non sono che aspetti temporanei di un incessante rivolgersi di flussi, corpi, eventi.
In the early part of the 1800s, production at the forge remained spasmodic due to either a lack of puddling iron, lack of orders or natural disasters such as a great flood and the breaking of a helve, as extracts from entries in the pocket book of James Folkes showed.
The helve, or shaft, which is sickle-like in curve and cross-section, not only enables hammering around the bend but also adds anti-shock performance.
Why not helve these words with Our Saviour this Good Friday, before joining him in the joy of Easter?
Helve Nsanzabande, one of the participants of campaign said "Among other things, I have realised that as a student or any other person who is not yet officially married, abstinence is the perfect way to prevent HIV.