The long, dark streak of the gliding weapon, and the little bubbling vortex which followed its rapid flight, were easily to be seen: but it was not until the handle snot again into the air by its own reaction, and its master catching it in his hand, threw its tines uppermost, that Elizabeth was acquainted with the success of the blow.
At the same instant, she saw the shining tines of Natty’s spear approaching the head of the sufferer, and entwinning themselves, rapidly and dexterously, in the hairs of his cue and the cape of his coat.
The tines of the fork were quite evidently of iron or steel, the girl did not know which, while the handle and the spoon were of the same material as the smaller vessels.
This is the only way," she said, "and you will notice that the tines are very short and blunt.
By my faith, sirs," he continued, half turning in his saddle to address his escort, "unless my woodcraft is sadly at fault, it is a stag of six tines
and the finest that we have roused this journey.
Bonacieux, in a tine
of perfect good fellowship, "what has become of you all these days?
Giles,'' he continued, ``hang the franklin's glove upon the tine
of yonder branched antlers: there shall it remain until he is a free man.
As yet, they have not insisted on our estimating Lamar" tine
by the cubic foot, or Pollock by the pound -- but what else are we to infer from their continual plating about "sustained effort"?
planners used Quintiq to plan shipment routes from central distribution centers all over Norway to customers.
Optional fork safety tubes are now offered on the sidewalls of ShipShape reusable, plastic containers, encasing lift truck tines
within steel pockets to secure the container.
have both upper and lower replaceable strips, which hold the product without causing it any damage.
A number of manufacturers sell them now--they all consist of a lightweight engine mounted above and coupled to a gear-driven transmission that turns a set of spring steel tines
at relatively high speeds.