cutting pliers

cutting pliers

[′kəd·iŋ ‚plī·ərz]
(design engineering)
Pliers with cutting blades on the jaws.

cutting pliers

Pliers with jaws having sharp edges esp. adapted for cutting wire.
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Birds can be just as fussy as us, different birds like different foods, so the more variety you are able to put out the more chance of getting a wide variety of birds MONKEY NUT KEBABS YOU will need a wire coathanger, peanuts in their shells, wire cutting pliers and a piece of string.
Birds can be just as fussy as us, different birds like different foods, the more variety you are able to out the more chance of getting a variety of birds MONKEY NUT KEBABS YOU will need a wire coathanger, peanuts in their shells, wire cutting pliers and a piece of string.
So, back I went to Margate and explained to the sympathetic tackle dealer that kite fishing wasn't exactly easy and the only thing I'd caught so far, was the old black woman who, on walking past our cabin that morning, had managed to somehow get one treble hook in her left heel and the other in her right ankle--which incident required minor surgery with a cutting pliers to extract
The company turns out a variety of crimping tools, wire and cable strippers, cable cutters, punch down tools, telephone tools, electric cable cutters, cable tie tools, terminal crimping tools, pliers (nippers) in general, cutting pliers and locking pliers in compliance with international standards and ISO 9001.
After the blast police surrounded the suspect in Orsted Park and security personnel removed a bag wrapped around his waist with remote-controlled cutting pliers.
AK-56, two magazines, 15 live rounds of AK-56, two Chinese grenades, two rucksacks, cutting pliers, a knife were recovered from the site.
with cutting pliers clutched in strong hands to nip a Union telegraph line and taste the joy of doing something toward protecting the homeland.
Offering a full line of shop supplies, including cutting pliers and trim knives.
When one of these linesmen brought a broken pair of cutting pliers into his shop, Mathias drew on his original training as a locksmith to quickly forge a new handle and send the man on his way.
The boy was carrying a cutting pliers at the time of his arrest, and police quoted him as saying he intended to use it to cut the cord holding the handgun.
Strips of lead can easily be cut with an inexpensive pair of diagonal cutting pliers that have been ground or filed to a sharp edge.
Abandoned: A Serbia fan holds cutting pliers, and (inset) Italy keeper Emiliano Viviano tries to dodge missiles thrown on to the pitch.