crown saw


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crown saw

[′krau̇n ‚sȯ]
(design engineering)
A saw consisting of a hollow cylinder with teeth around its edge; used for cutting round holes. Also known as hole saw.

crown saw, cylinder saw, hole saw

A rotary saw used to cut round holes; has teeth along the edge of a hollow cylinder.
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The announcement that the city had won the Capital of Culture 2008 crown saw the chief executive,council leader and the head of the bid,embrace and bounce around like Everton players celebrating a goal at Anfield.
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