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  1. Shafts

    Shafts was an English feminist periodical produced by Margaret Sibthorp from 1892 until 1899. Initially published weekly and priced at one penny, its themes included votes for women, women's education, and radical attitudes towards vivisection, dress reform, women's control of their sexuality, child care, and vegetarianism.

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  1. Alex
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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of shafts in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of shafts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of shafts in a Sentence

  1. Terence Goodlace:

    Instead of having fewer people in many shafts, we have more people concentrated in fewer shafts.

  2. The American:

    It’s about making sure that you’re playing with the relative integrity of back in the day, people weren’t using 48-inch shafts a long time ago, and so they are really trying to make it similar to back in the day in a sense while having a modern flair to it obviously with the graphite shafts and all that.

  3. Bertrand Russell, "Why I am Not a Christian":

    I should wish to see a world in which education aimed at mental freedom rather than imprisoning the minds of the young in a rigid armor of dogma calculated to protect them though life against the shafts of impartial evidence.

  4. Philip Truett:

    Some people think steel shafts will catch on, but I don't want to rush into it.

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    (used of persons) bound to a tract of land; hence their service is transferable from owner to owner
    • A. ultimo
    • B. appellative
    • C. adscripted
    • D. occlusive

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