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1. A branch of a deer's antlers.
2. A prong on an implement such as a fork or pitchfork.

[Middle English, from Old English tind.]

tined (tīnd) adj.
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Adj.1.tined - having prongs or tines; usually used in combination; "a three-tined fork"
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
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Tenders are invited for Supply of tined ration fruits and mix veg soup and sushroom soup
Furthermore, all 'take-off' and 'landing areas' have been hollow tined (to aerate and relieve compaction) and treated with fertiliser, with further plans to verti-drain the course to maintain a nice consistent level to the racing surface.
There are dark tined windows, sweeping light clusters with LED daytime running lights and 18in alloys.
tined rake is the best tool to coral the leaves into piles.
Marketed as "the female Harry Potter meets The Da Vinci Code", the novel follows the magical adventures of 12-year-old Venus, who learns she is a powerful witch des tined to shake the foundations of the Catholic Church.
Butter Chicken Curry n 2 tbsp cooking oil n 1 large diced onion, n sliced 2 bay leaves n 1 cinnamon stick n 1 tsp chilli powder n 2 tsp garam masala n powder 1 tsp cumin powder n 1 minced garlic n clove 1 tsp ginger, grated n 400g tined toma- n toes 400ml chicken or n vegetable stock 100ml semi n skimmed milk 600g diced bone- n less chicken fillets Handful fresh n chopped coriander Handful toasted n cashew nuts Salt to taste n Method Heat the oil and butter together in a saucepan.
A military official said that they are investigating whether the IED was remote-controlled or a tined device also whether it was exclusively planted to target the senior military commander or aimed at targeting any military convoy.
In finished form it resembles a two tined dinner fork with very short tines.
The percutaneous permanent tined lead (PPTL) was released in 2002 and is now the most commonly used procedure performed prior to a patient receiving a permanent implant.
A normal garden fork dug into the lawn to a depth of about 10cm (4in) and about 15cm (6in) apart is ideal, although hollowed tined forks can also be used.
The new Big Brute was from the Suck & Dump range, which enables the Big Brute to be lifted by forklift or other tined lifting device through the special Suck & Dump trolley.