Double shovel

Double shovel

A one-horse plow with two shovels separated by about one foot. These plows were widely used in the South.
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At the Eagle River Brewfest on October 5, sample a variety of Alaska beers, including selections from Arkose Brewing, Broken Tooth Brewing, Denali Brewing, Double Shovel Cider, Glacier Brewhouse, Midnight Sun Brewing, Odd Man Rush, Resolution Brewing, and 49th State Brewing, all at the Eagle River Lions Club.
Pretending to play guitar on a double shovel, the TV star gave an impromptu performance for fundraiser Karen Johnson before giving her the good news.
Significant differences of these CMDTs were observed: Carabelli's cusp, configuration of cusps X5 and X6 (36, 46, FDI notation), and +4 and +5 (37, 47, FDI notation), absence of hypocone reduction, relative frequency of cusp 7, and low frequency of shovel-shaped incisors and double shovel, which are typical of the groups belonging or influenced by populations of the Caucasoid dental complex.
The bull's rack was high and wide, and while he wasn't a double shovel, he looked pretty good.
But for the serious trophy hunter, these are just single features of complex racks and may nor denote truly outstanding trophies--just as a "double shovel" doesn't automatically mean a great caribou.
Until 1860, he notes, country blacksmiths generally made the double shovels farmers used.
FOR THE FIRST TIME all afternoon I had a glimmer of hope: 200 yards away a trophy barren ground caribou with the most incredible pair of double shovels I'd ever seen lay bedded, but with nothing but open slope between us, I had been reduced to simply watching the monarch ...
He looked huge now, with double shovels and giant bez tines.
A few bulls carry double shovels. Good shovels measure 10 to 20 inches from top to bottom.
Double shovels are common, but only rarely are they especially large.