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Synonyms for jigsaw

a portable power saw with a reciprocating blade

fine-toothed power saw with a narrow blade

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My husband and I have always loved jigsaw puzzles but finding modern and exciting designs was always a challenge," expressed Allison Tanner, Co-Founder, Bone Owl Puzzles.
We have a passion for jigsaw puzzles and AR technology and we want to reward puzzle lovers with real dollars each month through our monthly challenge, but we also like to remember those in need who cant afford to have a hobby.
Ravensburger, a German game company and market leader in the European jigsaw puzzle market for about 100 years now, released its digital jigsaw puzzle app in App Store.
Until this day, no one in the world has broken the record set by Lacuna with the number of jigsaw puzzles that she assembled through the years.
Money raised will be used to make 1,000 limited edition, jigsaw puzzles, which will be sold to raise funds for the school
SAN PEDRO -- Puzzle collector Gina Lacuna has achieved another "fascinating" feat by completing what has been described as the world's largest jigsaw puzzle.
Jigsaw Puzzles Direct, an online retailer that has been operating from its Saltburn base for the past 12 years, has opened the new store in time for Christmas.
The work of painters and designers of the time were widely featured on jigsaw puzzles too.
North Oxford, is interested in the boy's 14- and 18-inch bicycles and jigsaw puzzles.
Puzzle joints are similar to joints that how jigsaw puzzles together and are machined in the nest.
Schaefer of Winfield Galleries donated 10 Winchester Jigsaw puzzles.
Throughout the 19th century, as British political and industrial influence spread across the world, the range in jigsaw puzzles also grew to reflect themes of knowledge and science.
Welcome to the strange world of Ian Skoyles, who conjures up disorientation from the usually comforting imagery of jigsaw puzzles.
JIGSAW puzzles are often referred to as Juvenilia and are an early example.
With images based on jigsaw puzzles, dollar bills, and pie charts throughout, it's easy to see why Fahlstrom's work gets lumped under the rubric of Pop.