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  1. Blade is a 1998 film starring Wesley Snipes and Stephen Dorff, loosely based on the published stories of the Marvel Comics character Blade. (Web site)
  2. The blade is very deep and curved on its face; this resembles a Chinese sabre or the Japanese naginata and bisento, or the European glaive and voulge.
  3. The blade is rounded at the base, extending generally 5-lobed without fine teeth (compared to red and silver maples). (Web site)
  4. The blade is rounded at the base, extending generally 5 to lobules without fine teeth (compared to Red and Silver Maples).
  5. The blade is rounded at the base, which usually runs from 5 to lobules without fine teeth (compared to Red and silver maples).

Double-Edged Blade

  1. The typical dagger has a pointed, usually double-edged blade, as opposed to a knife, which has a single edge and is a bit shorter than the dagger. (Web site)

Steel Blade

  1. Before, practice was carried out with either a very hard wooden sword (a bokken) or one with a dulled steel blade.

Narrow Blade

  1. A saw with a narrow blade (a keyhole saw) is a handy tool when cutting off old gnarled branches.

Heavy Blade

  1. Cost: 500 Zenny Falchion 7 Strength+3 Trench coat A single edged heavy blade with a slight curve at the tip.


  1. A blade longer than two shaku is considered a daitō, or long sword. (Web site)

Small Blade

  1. Ashwatthama had picked up a small blade of grass and charged it with the Brahmastra and fired it at the Pandavas.
  2. Shave biopsy: A procedure in which a skin abnormality and a thin layer of surrounding skin are removed with a small blade for examination under a microscope.

Rotor Blade

  1. The suction-side boundary layer on the rotor blade will be bled off, the air will be re-energized using a MEMS-based micropump embedded within the blade.

Single-Edged Blade

  1. A glaive is a polearm consisting of a single-edged blade on the end of a pole.
  2. With this came a single-edged blade known as the chokuto.

Scalpel Blade

  1. Under anesthesia, the enlarged areas of gingiva can be cut back with a scalpel blade, but it usually recurs. (Web site)

Single Blade

  1. Some small islands don't have a single blade of grass, but are completely filled with houses.

Axe Blade

  1. Jojutsu is taught so you will still be armed and dangerous if your axe blade separates from the stick. (Web site)

Hacksaw Blade

  1. After fixing the blade on to the frame, tighten the wing-nut to ensure proper tension for the hacksaw blade. (Web site)
  2. The blades may be either flat like a hacksaw blade or round.


  1. Bisento: A spear-like weapon with a blade resembling a scimitar affixed to its end.

Blade Element Theory

  1. The Blade Element Theory: States that blade element equals radial cross-section of a blade.

Blade Implant

  1. If a patient's jaw is deteriorating or is especially thin, a subperiosteal implant, blade implant, or cylinder implant might be used instead.

Blade Children

  1. The story presented in the anime never reaches a point where the nature of the Blade Children is explained.

Razor Blade

  1. Under scanning electron microscope, the edge of the razor blade from the resonator was seen to take on a smoother, less angular form over time.
  2. Cut out the desired piece of agarose using a razor blade or scalpel blade, and try to get as little extra agarose as possible.

Right Shoulder Blade

  1. The most common symptom of cholecystitis is pain in your upper right abdomen that can sometimes move around to your back or right shoulder blade.

Shoulder Blade

  1. He then sheared off the tip of his left shoulder blade when he crashed early in the '95 season and did the same to his right shoulder blade in '99. (Web site)
  2. The scapula is a large, triangular, flat bone on the back side of the rib cage commonly called the shoulder blade.
  3. The scapula, unlike the shoulder blade of other animals, is narrow, thin and slightly curved.


  1. In the 1970s JPL did extensive studies of rotating blade and rotating ring sails for a mission to rendezvous with Halley's Comet.
  2. Extraction Atherectomy uses a rotating blade inside the tip of the catheter to cut the plaque. (Web site)
  3. Czisny says when she finds her blade finds the sweet spot and she begins rotating, she could stay in that position all day. (Web site)


  1. A daito is a sword with a blade longer than two shaku (shaku = 11.9 inches).


  1. They were quickly turned heel as The Blade Runners. (Web site)


  1. The angle of attack is increased on the retreating blade to produce more lift, compensating for the slower airspeed over the blade. (Web site)
  2. Propeller pitch --the angle at which the propeller blade (or part of it) "bites" into the air, its angle of attack.
  3. Insert a scalpel blade into the inferior frontal gyrus to a depth of 2 cm, at an angle of about 70 E to the cortical surface. (Web site)


  1. Unlike the zanbato the blade tended to be thin towards the tip making it lighter to wield.
  2. The espada ropera distinguishes itself from the rapier in that its blade, though thin, could be used to make effective cuts. (Web site)
  3. In this story, the dime is so old that it has become thin as a razor blade and allows Scrooge to cut binding ropes and escape from the Beagle Boys. (Web site)


  1. Thus, if the bird strike causes it to "throw a blade" (break apart in a way where parts fly off at high speed), doing so must not cause loss of the aircraft.
  2. Over the course of a season, the sticks would splinter, they would break, the blade would snap off, the shaft would crack. (Web site)
  3. A scapular fracture is a break in the scapula (shoulder blade).


  1. The provocatores are distinguishable by a helmet without crest, a curved rectangular shield, and a sword with a straight blade.
  2. It also has the side effect of making a loud "hiss" when the sword is swung straight (back of blade (mune) in line with the ha).
  3. This is not possible with the straight "blade" of the shinai.


  1. When viewed from the side, the blade of a figure skate is not flat, but curved slightly, forming an arc of a circle with a radius of 180-220 cm.
  2. As the blade swings to the other side of the helicopter, it moves at rotor tip speed minus aircraft speed and is called the retreating blade. (Web site)
  3. Like the foliage leaves, the cotyledon often has a basal sheath surmounted on one side by a limb that may or may not be divided into blade and petiole.


  1. Fujita Seiko, in his Shurikenjutsu book depicts the blade as the type of tanto shown in Fig.


  1. When unarmored, samurai would carry their sword with the blade facing up.


  1. Its blade was typically a hollow triangular shape and was much thicker at the hilt.


  1. A light spear or lance, especially one with a short shaft and long blade for close combat, used by Bantu peoples of southern Africa. (Web site)


  1. This area is protected by the blade of the stick at all times, and is closed up by the upper leg pads when the goalie is in the butterfly position.


  1. Note that the assumption here is that it cranks - the crankshaft and blade rotates in a normal manner but the engine never catches. (Web site)


  1. The holes 38 defined by the blade portion are oblong and increase the vertical surface area for vertical bracing relative to the jawbone. (Web site)


  1. A dental implant can be shaped like a screw, cylinder or blade that is surgically placed into the jawbone.
  2. In FIG. 3 a post 40 is secured by a screw 30 to a blade implant 50 having a bore 51, at its top face. (Web site)


  1. In clasping or decurrent leaves, the blade partially or wholly surrounds the stem, often giving the impression that the shoot grows through the leaf. (Web site)


  1. Biken Jutsu, the arts of the blade which includes iai (drawing the sword) ken (the use of the sword) tanto (knife).


  1. In the manga, after being defeated by Vash the Stampede, Rai-Dei the Blade attempts to shoot his blade at Vash, (?) but is shot to death by Wolfwood.
  2. Hizumi Mizushiro He only appears in the manga; and is the 'younger brother' of the father of the Blade Children. (Web site)
  3. In the manga, Yamato already begun with having a B-Daman named Cobalt Sword which would be upgraded to Cobalt Blade. (Web site)


  1. A petiole may be absent, or the blade may not be laminar (flattened). (Web site)
  2. Otherwise, the blade is compound and each large division of the laminar tissue arising from the rachis is called a pinna (pl., pinnae).


  1. His Musou attack involves forward slashing and slicing with the blade, in almost the same way as Lü Meng does with his lance.
  2. If the ovary is large enough, you can do this by holding the ovary vertically in one hand and slicing it with a razor blade held in the other hand.


  1. Made to slice through its target with a single cut, a sword of Dotanuki design is characterized by its thicker and heavier blade.
  2. A blade warrior uses the same `slice, slice' move over and over.
  3. Ritual beheading happened after death, using a thin blade that would cut down through the front of the neck and slice between the vertebrae. (Web site)


  1. Glaive Fork- The glaive fork is simply a glaive with a spiked prong set to face forward from the blade.
  2. A pressure difference is produced between the forward and rear surfaces of the airfoil -shaped blade, and air or water is accelerated behind the blade. (Web site)


  1. With a straight blade, it was for thrust and puncture, not slash and gash like the cutlass.
  2. It is the inertial reaction of this gas flow that causes the engine to provide thrust, this force being used to propel an airframe or a rotor blade. (Web site)


  1. RZA has gone on to score several more productions including Blade: Trinity, Afro Samurai, The Protector, Freedom Writers and several others. (Web site)


  1. The sabre is the "cutting" weapon, with a curved guard and a triangular blade. (Web site)
  2. A dagger typically having a slender square or triangular blade. (Web site)
  3. The Aberaeron shovel too, with its long, curved handle and triangular blade was well suited to the needs of a hilly country.


  1. During this period of time, the longsword grew out of the arming sword, eventually resulting in a blade comfortably wielded in both hands at once.


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