circular saw

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circular saw

a power-driven saw in which a circular disc with a toothed edge is rotated at high speed

circular saw

[′sər·kyə·lər ′sȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
Any of several power tools for cutting wood or metal, having a thin steel disk with a toothed edge that rotates on a spindle.

circular saw

circular saw
A power-operated saw in the form of a circular steel blade with teeth along the perimeter. Also see table saw.
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As your rock 'n' roll chauffer, Grohl unleashes menacing, bloodcurdling screams to clear the way for the duel assault of buzz-saw guitars that have the power to flatten everything in its path.
This year's gold medalist, Japanese Dai Sasaki, was no exception--his kamikaze attacks onstage and his buzz-saw tours a la seconde left one breathless with admiration.
Then to the top of the spline shaft I welded an old low-tempered buzz-saw blade.
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At 56kg, Golden Gloves buzz-saw Marcel Braithwaite forced a standing count of Knowsley Vale''s Louis Jacobs en route to winning the regional final.
GANG OF FOUR Festival Marquee - Thursday April 28, 8pm, pounds 12 In their first performance in Northern Ireland for many years the politically motivated rock group will give the Belfast audience a night to remember, with their grooving musical style and buzz-saw guitar.
The buzz-saw chords in songs such as "Me Myself Inside" are spurred by strong vocals, broken up by melodic runs that demand the bass and drums to pound in high-energy unison.
Put it this way, if it had not been for the vuvuzelas, which forever will be the buzz-saw soundtrack of this World Cup, at times there would have been a deathly silence around the stadium.
Pork-pie hat-wearing bassist Pete Turner and drummer Richard Jupp with keyboard player Craig Potter helped create an atmospheric, spacey feel to proceedings whilst guitarist Mark Potter's soaring guitar cut like a knife through butter complementing brilliantly Garvey's '70s buzz-saw sounding occasional lead in a performance that was first class.
Nearly two decades later, Vernon Reid, Living Colour's leader and buzz-saw guitarist, still has something on his mind.
Anyone who reckons that buzz-saw guitars and rattling drums are the only thing Green Day are capable of should have a listen to their latest offering, the American Idiot album.
According to the alternative weekly Los Angeles New Times, folks can play with Suffering Bob, "an obese amputee with what looks like the gimp from Pulp Fiction busting out of his crotch," as well as Feverish, "another fat man, lying in a pool of mucus while giving birth to worms," and Camille Noir, "an angel with wings of flayed skin and a buzz-saw blade embedded in her forehead as a halo.