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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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Requests for information and questions from contractors and subcontractors come in daily and with Buzzsaw we only need to respond once to each request and the entire project team gets the response at the same time with the latest information about the project," said Angelo Arzano, senior technical architect on the Freedom Tower project.
Autodesk Buzzsaw helps businesses manage the plan, build and operate phases of the building lifecycle.
During the past year, the company successfully integrated Builder 1440's sales system and Autodesk's Buzzsaw collaboration software with Trueline's back-office construction management system to cut paperwork from its sales and purchasing operations.
Buzzsaw is being used to manage projects and collaborate year-round, but during capital planning season al Wyndham, use is heavy throughout the organization.
Fernandez menciono que en breve contaran con la distribucion exclusiva de la solucion Buzzsaw de Autodesk, con lo cual se maneja el flujo y administracion de todo tipo de documentos.
Once the Japanese colonists were kicked out of southern Sakhalin (Karafuto, in Japanese) at the end of the war, Russian settlers not only were certain to find work behind a buzzsaw or fishing net, but could depend on an additional stipend for living in the hinterlands, a good eight time zones from Moscow.
The BuzzSaw has eight cutting blades, adjustable speed control and a cutting and edging guide.
Into the Buzzsaw," on the other hand, draws on the outrage of journalists who see a pernicious trend away from hard-hitting coverage.
Jane described it in her contribution to a collection of essays by journalists whose work had been censored in some manner, Into the Buzzsaw (Prometheus Books, 2002): The story attempted to answer some troubling questions: Why had Monsanto sued two small dairies to prevent them from labeling their milk as coming from cows not injected with the drug?
Crosscut's line includes five varieties of complete meals: Chainsaw Chili, Pioneer Pot Roast with roasted potatoes, Buzzsaw Beef Stew, Miner's Meat Loaf with roasted potatoes, and High Noon Noodles with chicken.
Panelists included Ken Kahn, director of client services at GVA Williams; Michael Baumann, executive vice president of NetStruxr; and Lori Manise, vice president of marketing for Buzzsaw.
In October 1999, armed with Autodesk's branded clout plus $15 million from Autodesk and influential venture capital firm Crosspoint Venture Partners, Bass launched Buzzsaw.