Stanley knife

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Stanley knife

™ a type of knife used for carpet fitting, etc., consisting of a thick hollow metal handle with a short, very sharp, replaceable blade inserted at one end
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The prosecutor added: "Located from the defendant's sock was a black utility knife but also, in his bag, was a large, black, 12-inch machete.
To build your own beautiful utility knife, you'll need a full-tang blade blank (see Photo One, Page 55) without a bolster or finger guard, wood for your handle scales (the halves of the handle that you'll rivet to each side of the tang), some epoxy glue, and a handful of brass pins or cutlery rivets.
Using your utility knife, poke a hole directly beneath that feeding hole.
Slice through the caulk with a utility knife if possible.
Instead, invest in a good paring or utility knife, which you can use for the task.
The most common form of the sliding knife that most of us have encountered is the sliding utility knife, or the box cutter.
Michael throws a utility knife like a tomahawk with incredible inaccuracy as Stan flinches, resulting in the utility knife getting stuck in his arm as Peggy looks on.
The premium collection includes a 5-inch Utility Knife and 6-inch Chef's Knife.
The Father of a 12-year-old Kansas boy tried to cut a pellet out of his son's head with a utility knife after the youngster shot himself with a BB gun.
I chose from the latter group and purchased a Mora Utility Knife.
For this project all you need are scissors, a utility knife, some adhesive putty and an empty beer can.
Things you will need * Ladder * Carpenter's square * Hand saw * Tape measure * Plasterboard sheet (same thickness as the plaster and lath together) * Sharp utility knife * Screwdriver * Screws * Tape * Joint compound * Sanding pad Fixing the ceiling * 1.
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