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“Makes you feel like using a phone is a really futuristic, cutting-edge activity,” he said.

The cutting-edge should descend upon a strip of copper inserted in the iron, to prevent it from being dulled.

The bearing brackets for the hydraulic jacks were attached, as at the south shaft, to the inside of the cutting-edge brackets.

Bear in mind that the shape of the cut made by the plane will be a reversed copy of the shape of the cutting-edge.

Try to grind squarely across the chisel—that is, to have the cutting-edge at right angles to the lengthways edge of the tool.

The cutting-edge of the plane thus being at right angles with the surface of the board, the edge will be planed squarely across.

The cutting-edge of the maxilla is nearly straight, and there is no tooth in the posterior half of the maxilla.

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