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Synonyms for hacksaw

saw used with one hand for cutting metal

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Judge Peter Armstrong told O'Brien: "A container which contained valuable tools on a building site was broken into by others using a hacksaw.
In 1920, the brand manufactured a variety of hacksaw and band saw blades before producing top-of-the-line hole saws in 1959.
theliver A spokeswoman from MF&RS said firefighters first used a hacksaw to cut away the seat.
The defendant was seen with a hacksaw in his hand and he imitated that he was going to chop people's heads off.
A Hawk and A Hacksaw are about to embark on a world tour to promote their new double album You Have Already Gone to the Other World.
In addition to the copper pipe, police found a baseball hat, sweatshirt, cellphone, a hacksaw blade, cigarettes and a lighter on the counter in the area.
A Hawk And A Hacksaw @ The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff (tonight): SKEWED East European gypsy music from the former drummer of US cult legends (in my house at any rate) Neutral Milk Hotel.
Newell Rubbermaid's (NYSE: NWL) Lenox(R) brand of premium industrial products including power tool accessories, hand tools, torches, solder and band saw blades, today announced the introduction of T2 Technology Reciprocating Saw Blades and Hacksaw Blades - the longest lasting blades on the market.
Firefighters used jacks to raise the car before removing the fuel cap with a hacksaw.
For example: In figures 1 and 2, a hacksaw is a six-piece tool.
The usual way is to use a knife or hacksaw but this can lead to injuries.
A hacksaw is used to cut tubing, bolts and small metal parts.
Matt Furber, 41, cut a leg off the chair with a hacksaw to allow the dustbin lid-sized tortoise to continue its journey around the garden in Ramsden Heath, Essex.
Hailing from Alburquerque, New Mexico, A Hawk and a Hacksaw features Jeremy Barnes, formerly of seminal indie-folk act Neutral Milk Hotel, and violinist Heather Trost.
The buildings that would be demolished include the Stanley Mill, a former hacksaw factory near Odell Park, a rambling one-story addition to the 186,000-square-foot former Stevens Mill, two residential units with a few apartments and a brick building used by a paving firm