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blade

1. A knife. I shuddered at the sight of blood on his blade.
2. A charming, worldly, and sophisticated man. I always welcome the company of blades, and these two gents are just back from a year in Europe!

blade

1. n. a knife. Bring your blade over here and cut this loose.
2. n. a young man, witty and worldly. A couple of blades from the international jet set ordered vintage wine for everyone.
3. n. a homosexual man. (From gay blade.) Some blade came over and offered to buy me a drink.
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Study on Vibration Response Reduction of Bladed Disk by Use of Asymmetric Vane Spacing, International Journal of Gas Turbine, Propulsion and Power Systems, 4: 35-42.
Free Transverse Vibration of Rotating Blades in a Bladed Disk Assembly, Acta Mechanica, 223:1385-1396.
Customers want the same benefits from bladed SAN switches and until now IBM has offered only bladed switches made by QLogic Corp.
Ramamurti, "Coupled free vibration characteristics of rotating tuned bladed disk systems," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
It's a 4-blade broadhead that uses the patented Alcatraz Bladelock design to "imprison" two-razor sharp .035-inch stainless steel V-blades (shaped like a "V" with a two-winged or bladed configuration) within the one-piece steel ferrule.