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Answer arrives: Carve vs. Whittle issue

About: Whittling vs Carving The distinctions if any are sought

Enlightenment arrives

Definition of "Carve" and "Whittle" from Dictionary.com:
  1. Carve (wood) into an object by repeatedly cutting small slices from it

  2. Whittle: Reduce something in size, amount, or extent by a gradual series of steps, as: " the short list of fifteen was whittled down to five"
and, the best summation from ehow.com:
"Whittling, like traveling, is more about the journey than about the destination."
-Ann
of Kentucky and California




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