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handsaw

[′hand‚sȯ]
(design engineering)
A saw operated by hand, with a backward and forward arm movement.

handsaw

handsaw: nomenclature
Any hand-held saw for cutting wood having a handle at one end; operated manually.
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He said he cut up her body with the handsaw and put the parts in garbage bags, she said.
Shape the foam with a handsaw and rasp, using sandpaper attached to a wood block for final finishing.
His tools are a pocketknife, a handsaw and some glue -- all kept in a box on a workbench in a corner of his tiny kitchen.
So the next time you are in Grand Canyon, take a hike and be glad you're not toting a handsaw.
The X-750 Prowler and X-5000 Paver saw's extend the company's product line to 15 concrete saws ranging from a light-duty handsaw to heavy-duty self-propelled models.
There are several additional methods of fusing ice, including flat fining, natural peg fusing, weight on pressure or handsaw fusing, and nail-board fusing.
Although designed like a traditional handsaw in look and function, the Navigator is power-assisted, thus it has the accuracy and control of a handsaw, but eliminates the physical effort of cutting.
The police cut through chains between the protesters using a handsaw but the demonstrators did cooperate with the police and were arrested peaceably.
Much as Sethe "talk[s] about love with a handsaw," Toni Morrison's Beloved speaks to its readers about huma nity with a song (164).
And after a Labor Day tornado uprooted trees in his backyard, he wanted to take out his handsaw and "clean up a bit" (though we prevailed on him not to).
He also made the demonstrations hands-on: The students got to use a sanding block and watched as Davis used a handsaw to cut a board.