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  • noun Plural form of handsaw.


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  • I suggest you give handsaws a try even though New York knowing about handsaws is even more comic an idea unless the handsaw is littered or costs an arm and a leg.

    Knowing a hawk from a handsaw, pt 1

  • Also, among his goals is the stocking of his business with other types of tools such as handsaws, hammers, and other products that are very necessary in the home.

    Kiva Loans

  • In this case, the cocktail, which is little more than a few sticks of sugarcane steeped in rum, lime, and mint, requires a couple of people with handsaws to cut the tough cane into manageable pieces, two more with cleavers to pare away the bark, and anywhere from two to eight more cooks to trim the cane first into flat planks and then into precisely measured sticks.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Now, I could interpret this through all kinds of Political Science theories, but hand puppets and handsaws aren't a bad analogy of US foreign policy over the past few decades.

    Lorelei Kelly: Getting Your Man to Commit

  • A quality air tight stove is a necessity and it goes without saying take a couple good handsaws to cut wood.

    Wall tents

  • In the old days, Mr. Solasz and his sons explain, butchers relied on handsaws and a daisy chain of meat hooks to break down sides into its familiar cuts such as briskets, chucks and sirloins.

    Where's the Beef? A Steak Makes a Long Journey

  • The work was done by highly skilled craftsmen working with hammers and handsaws, adzes and handmade nails.

    Md. center studies ship's remains found at World Trade Center site

  • Coated with bug spray and carrying pole saws, handsaws, backpacking saws, loppers and clippers, the married Bethesda couple hike over slippery rocks and around thickets of poison ivy before descending into a ravine somewhere in Cabin John Regional Park.

    Art with a bittersweet twist: Couple turn a pesky vine into sculptures

  • HOW: It's as simple as using loppers and handsaws to carve out a low, narrow path.

    Make a Trail to Bring Buck Whitetails to You

  • A $10 fee is required for each permit and only handsaws can be used.

    Christmas trees go greener at Rockefeller Center and in D.C.


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