His weapons, tools and other appliances such as the hammer, hatchet, spear, knife, awl, thread, net, canoe, &c., are the evident rudimentary analogues of what still remains in use among Europeans.
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In 1872 he was nominated for the presidency by the "Bourbon" Democrats, who refused to support Horace Greeley, awl by the "Labour Reformers"; he declined the nomination but received 21, 559 votes.
32); subulate or slightly broadened at the base and drawn out into a point like an awl, as in Butomus umbellatus; or clavate, that is, narrow below and broad above, as in Thalictrum.
using an awl make the holes for the alignment bolts in the insulation foam.
awl as a whole takes this sound advice.
At the last SA conference, the SWP tried to exclude the awl from the executive.
This year the AWL's national council was reduced from 26 to 23 members - which still seems too bulky.
Women's Spectrum jacket IA Warm, durable fleece jacket in Berghaus ' own AWL 200 fleece fabric.
Eye scent this poem threw it I am shore ewe awed too no, Its letter perfect awl the whey.
toil awl day in livin ' tombs.
awl day in livin ' tombs.
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