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glass cutter

[′glas‚kəd·ər]
(engineering)
A tool equipped with a steel wheel or a diamond point used to cut glass.

glass cutter

A hand tool used for scoring or cutting glass; consists of a small, sharp wheel of hardened steel which is set in a handle, or a tool with a diamond point.
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Naples' Mary Beth Clary was recently presented with the ABA Section of Business Law's Ninth Annual Glass Cutter Award.
The cutouts ore placed on sheets of coloured glass and traced with a glass cutter.
Trent Lott, Lenox's team of craftsmen, including Timothy Carder, Lenox vice president of design, and Peter O'Rourke, master glass cutter, created a pair of 18-inch, full-lead crystal hurricane lamps, etched with a frieze of the White House, and featuring a silver-plated base engraved with the president's name and the Inauguration date.
When officers, led by Sgt Dave Clarke, arrived at the scene they found the pair inside in possession of the glass cutter used to get in.
Broken glass was outside the back window and the pair had a glass cutter with them.
Mercurio was a glass cutter at the Foster Grant Company, retiring years ago.
Christopher Knox, defending, said glass cutter Champley's pre-sentence report made "uncomfortable reading".
Wearing thick leather DIY or gardening gloves, goggles and thick leather shoes for protection, score the glass all the way round the edge using a glass cutter.
The retired glass cutter recalls that growing up as a diabetic was a blight on his childhood.
Specific directions on glass cutter usage, including scoring and breaking procedures, are also of value.
Biography Name: Peter Woolley Age: 51 Business name: Custom Glass Qualifications: Time- served glass cutter Experience: Worked froms upwards Finance: Personal funding How long in business: 20 years
Mr Evans, a glass cutter, was just eight days old when he had his first operation to tackle a bladder blockage.