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rake

a grooming instrument, used to comb through thick mats in the haircoat of dogs.
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through road and the available rake from the circuit was utilised to supply distant thermal power stations.
It is the first such Bombardier rake in Mumbai division's suburban section wherein the driver's cabin, at both ends, is air-conditioned," Central Railway chief spokesperson Sunil Udasi said.
The CCG claims that before the suspension of overnight care in December 2016, the service at Rake Lane was only used by three to four patients per night.
constituents downgraded at Rake at worst all, and all proper consultation After a consultation, Rake Lane was decided as the preferred location for the new service.
Even though the scythe had been put away, farmers still had rake the hay into piles and fork it onto wagons.
The only rake that left for New Delhi was on April 26.
If so, are you best served by selecting a straight-headed or bow rake, curved or straight tooth, ash handle or composite, 18- or 24-inch head?
The Power Lawn Rake's proprietary features allow it to rake and dethatch a lawn with equal efficacy.
Rake said that he was pulling out of the race because he felt the role would prevent him from taking on any further positions.
Editor's note: Keith Moe of Iowa also correctly identified the rake.
Using a rake tree, instead of HRTT, has several advantages for matching sensor nodes to vertices as follows.
Summary: EasyJet Chairman Mike Rake will step down this summer ending a fight by its founder and largest investor to oust him.