back saw

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a handsaw that is stiffened by metal reinforcement along the upper edge

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An early goal from Stockton put Primrose on their toes, but a superb fight back saw Graham White grab an equaliser.
Three birdies plus a bogey on the way back saw the Frenchman eventually shoot a 66.
A shortage of room trying to come from the back saw his hat-trick bid thwarted on the nod.
Many who looked back saw their homes in flames, their cattle, pigs, and horses scattered or gone.
And Cardiff's left back saw red for a second booking six minutes later.
Tenders are invited for High Speed Steel Hand Back Saw Blades Type A Size 300 X 12.
However, the latest encounter just a few weeks back saw the Wingmakers snatch a dramatic 3-2 victory with a last gasp penalty.
Then a fine move which started at the back saw Alex Taylor have his initial shot blocked but the loose ball ran for Rowe to double the advantage in the 12th minute.
The former West Ham and Liverpool full back saw his side defend poorly and rarely threaten to score at the other end.
With confidence high Westend were now playing the ball around and following a one-two between winger Austen Bedeau and full back Chambers, the young left back saw his cross turned in at the near post by striker O Kenn.
Eighteen years, in fact, but only seven since their debut A sleep In The Back saw the light of day.
I looked towards Rory who had his T-shirt up over his head because it was bleeding, and when I looked back saw Gareth kicking the boy.
Lifelong supporter Brian Buck, whose relentless campaign to bring the Brummies back saw him pen a couple of thousand letters to the local council, has been handed the honour of cutting the opening tape to get tonight's meeting underway.
Even at the end Shane Kavanagh had a chance of an equaliser but the full back saw his long distance free from over 80 metres out drift wide of the left hand upright.