axe head

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Noun1.axe head - the cutting head of an axaxe head - the cutting head of an ax    
ax, axe - an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle
wedge - something solid that is usable as an inclined plane (shaped like a V) that can be pushed between two things to separate them
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He lambasted the decision to axe head coach Richard Pybus and his coaching staff, along with the entire selection panel, ahead of the ICC World Cup in England, claiming the decision would 'destabilise the whole process'.
Doing so, they unearth a Bronze Age axe head and spear tip (c.1000 AD), leading their experts to believe the area of the Forth near Cambuskenneth Abbey was a potential pagan place of worship.
Delivering a homily entitled the lost axe head, Group Captain Dogo Gani lauded Badeh for his selfless qualities and dedication to service to his nation.
Rhianydd Biebrach holds a medieval faceted bronze axe head that has been declared a treasure find MARK LEWIS
Rusty and pitted with age, the axe head was found by an old cellar hole, now useless and ready to recycle.
Inspector Luckings observed how they brandished long poleaxes; a heavy stick to which the sharp blade of an axe head was attached at one end.
The Transformers official Twitter account revealed a full body shot of the despotic machine on Thursday (Friday in Manila) complete with two new weapons-a sword with an axe head and an arm-mounted cannon.
He said: "I found the axe head one night with a piece missing and thought, 'That is a pity', and then the next night I found the other piece.
A STOCKTON man unearthed a Bronze Age axe head near his home.
If you are knitting a sweater or chipping a rock into an axe head, it's because you have a mental intention to create a sweater or an axe.