Their supply not being equal to the demand, one of them invented the ‘splitter.’
The cashier had unlocked the street door for them, and Bartrow ran the splitter of hairs out to the sidewalk.
The cry echoed back short from a hundred Polack throats, and they sent a splitter; it was plain they were mad for blood.
The splitter with one cut lays the fish open from head to tail and with another cut takes out the backbone.
On arriving at Peter Harbour he ran away, and hired himself as a splitter to the Newfoundland cod fishery.
The most important machines outside the working cylinder type are the splitter, and the glazer.
A photograph or view of a woman's vulva between spread legs; spread beaver: I can toss off phrases like ''split beaver'' with almost devil-may-care abandon (1972+)