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tine

(tīn),
1. In dentistry, the slender, pointed end of an explorer.
2. An instrument used to introduce antigen, such as tuberculin into the skin, and usually containing several individual tines.
[A.S. tind, a prong]

tine

(tīn) a prong or pointed projection on an implement, as on a fork.

tine

a sharp projecting point, as a prong of a fork.

tine

(tīn)
1. In dentistry, slender, pointed end of an explorer.
2. An instrument used to introduce antigen into skin; usually with several individual tines.
[A.S. tind, a prong]
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As a former taxidermist, I've made feeble attempts to recreate tines, tips and points with seemingly crude results.
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Mais bientot, tine autre source de developpement vint dominer l'economie de la region: l'industrie forestiere.
An adaptive landscape method was used to study a combination of the relative number of tines and relative tine length.
In lieu of flowers, tine family suggests donations to the Mel Bisgyer Memorial Fund, C/O Community Access, Inc.
Former Norwegian minister of justice Anne Holt rang in the New Year by marrying her female partner, Tine Kjaer, on January 14, Norway's Dagbladet newspaper reports.
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