sharp iron

sharp iron

[′shärp ′ī·ərn]
(engineering)
A tool used to open seams for caulking.
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You'll not only need to drive the ball well, you'll need a sharp iron game to find the greens.
While excavating the material from the corner of one of the living rooms, the tip of a thin and sharp iron blade was found resting in its wooden scabbard.
While excavating the material from the corner of one of the living rooms the tip of a thin and sharp iron blade was found resting in its wooden scabbard.
Sharp iron play Woods felt that department of his game was just as sharp as it had been in last month's British Open at Muirfield where his title bid was ultimately undone by poor putting.
Mining segment posted an operating loss due to sharp iron ore price decline.
They then looted the students' canteen after smashing its door and window, before targeting an e-learning classroom and health room with a sharp iron tool.
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The students dressed in legionary marching kit and practised formations under the eagle eye of the Centurion and also looked at how they could store weapons including sharp iron spikes.
Sesame seed remnants are removed with a sharp iron tool and left-over oil is absorbed with a white cloth then squeezed into the leather garra.
The mother also claimed that there were no sharp iron tools in her son's apartment: "He didn't even have a hammer in his house," she said.
Adams suggests that the reader close his eyes and imagine driving a car with poor brakes, no seat belts and a sharp iron spike protruding from the center of the steering column.
On his instructions, the villagers set up a tall monolith and fixed sharp iron spikes into it.