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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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PokerStars is the key brand of Amaya Inc, which operates gaming-related businesses and brands, including PokerStars, Full Tilt and the European Poker Tour.
Most workers also told the Rangers that Amaya, the former water utilities director, had pressured them to sell the tickets.
Newborn Amaya and mum Alison get free tickets for the |Rep Theatre from Wizard of Oz star Stella Williams 10 years ago
An experienced mom, she assures her son, "Baby, we would never replace you and Amaya.
Midwife Cheryl Darnell said Amaya was the first baby born at the hospital in 2014 and congratulated the couple, saying: "The amount of babies delivered on New Year's Day varies from year to year.
Amaya Rodriguez, qui effectue une visite de travail de plusieurs jours au Maroc.
Professor Amaya and his group decided to follow up on this unexpected result.
Talking about the research Professor Amaya says: "We were very surprised to find these high levels of ROS during tail regeneration.
He has joined the London office of Montreal-based Amaya Gaming Group as vice-president marketing and sales.
But the Ems couldn't score again against three Boise relievers, and the Hawks got an insurance run in the sixth when Amaya drove in Stephen Bruno with a single.
As the number of projects applying to Estidama rises dramatically, senior associate assessor for the initiative Carlos Amaya highlights some of the key pitfalls to avoid.
Another prominent dissident, Guido Sigler Amaya, who also refused to go into exile in Spain, was released recently.
Father Jose Antonio Bohuytron Solano, 51, was secretly filmed romping with Teodolinda Amaya Altamirano by her suspicious husband.
But Wigan doubled their lead when a corner fell to Amaya to finish powerfully on the volley.
It was spelled Amay, when it should've been spelled Amaya.