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bevel

 [bev´el]
1. a slanting edge.
2. the slanted portion of a needle tip that facilitates nontraumatic entry into a vein.
Beveled needle tip.

bev·el

(bev'ĕl),
1. A surface having a sloped or slanting edge.
2. The incline that one surface or line makes with another when not at right angles.
3. The edge of a cutting instrument.
4. To create a slanting edge on a body structure.

bevel

[bev′əl]
Etymology: OFr, baif, open mouth angle
1 any angle, other than a right angle, between two planes or surfaces.
2 (in dentistry) any angle other than 90 degrees between a tooth cut and a cavity wall in the preparation of a tooth cavity. Compare cavosurface bevel, contra bevel.

bev·el

(bev'ĕl)
1. The line of intersection of two surfaces that meet at any angle other than a right angle.
2. The angled point of an injection needle.
[O.Fr.]

bev·el

(bev'ĕl)
1. A surface having a sloped or slanting edge.
2. The incline that one surface or line makes with another when not at right angles.
3. The edge of a cutting instrument.
4. To create a slanting edge on a body structure.
[O.Fr.]
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Master Beveled was also placed behind Istabraq at Fairyhouse last season and Evans said: "It would be nice to make it third time lucky - but I doubt it
Beveled - who sired Folkestone maiden winner April Stock the same day - was one of those rare stallions whose reputation builds throughout their career.
This term, Blowing Wind returned with a decent fourth to Polar Prospect in the William Hill Handicap Hurdle at Sandown, but followed that with an uncharacteristic error when falling behind Master Beveled and Wahiba Sands in Haydock's Champion Hurdle Trial.
JAMIE SPENCER has landed the ride on Master Beveled in the StrettonLeisure Select Hurdle at Haydock on Saturday after amazing the horse'strainer, David Evans.
MASTER BEVELED, who could have been second favourite for the Smurfit Champion Hurdle had he been entered for the race, may run twice this week, writes Jon Lees.
Laurie Williamson is unimpressed by Tony McCoy's riding of Master Beveled on Saturday