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Post  Admin on Wed Jan 09, 2008 1:40 am

A fork has a length handle and long, fine teeth or punts, largely separate, with pointed or sharp ends (fork to be dug). It is used sometimes to dig and pulverize the ground but more generally when it is pointed to raise and throw matters in bulk like hay, died sheets, gravels… It has from 2 to 8 stems called teeth, with variable lengths according to the needs: fork to be faded, fork with manure, fork of gardener, fork of road mender, fork to be dug…


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