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A hoe is a bladed [[tool]] mounted transversely and at 90 degrees to a wooden handle. It is used for digging furrows or small trenches in soil.
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A '''hoe''' is a [[blade|bladed]] [[tool]] mounted transversely and at 90 degrees to a [[wood|wooden]] handle. It is used for digging furrows or small trenches in soil.
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The alternative meaning, for a ''Lady of Negotiable Affection'', is very much a modern term.
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Latest revision as of 10:49, 28 February 2010

A hoe is a bladed tool mounted transversely and at 90 degrees to a wooden handle. It is used for digging furrows or small trenches in soil.

The alternative meaning, for a Lady of Negotiable Affection, is very much a modern term.