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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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The museum's characters are all experts in their field, with chain makers, glass cutters, shop keepers and housewives ready to give visitors a full flavour of the past.
These people had keys, came prepared with glass cutters, knew where to locate the best pieces, bypassed decoys and copies for the real objects, and broke off the heads from some statues--a common tactic of professional thieves.
The thieves were able to gain access to the museum's underground vaults (probably with the help of low-level museum employees), used specialized tools such as glass cutters, took unwieldy objects like a huge bronze bust that ordinary looters would have passed by, and they left behind less valuable items (such as a copy of the Code of Hammurabi).