carpenter's plane

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Ahead is a clump of majestic Scots pines and within them the best pieces of work in the park, giant curls of orangey/red wood, similar in shape to the shavings that fall from a carpenter's plane, stand 3 metres high among the trees - and improve them.
In the first stage, the granulator shuttles scrap back and forth over a recessed blade, much like a carpenter's plane.
In the conventional operation, doctors cut open a flap of tissue at the front of the eye with a scalpel that acts like a carpenter's plane.
It would be difficult to imagine how he could lose an ounce of weight without the assistance of a carpenter's plane.
Using a microkeratome, an automated device resembling a carpenter's plane, the surgeon makes a hinged flap on the surface of the cornea, like peeling back the protective foil on a bottle of aspirin.