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bucksaw

A saw consisting of a blade set in an H-shaped frame; used for cutting wood on a sawhorse.
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Mortiz and Mehrtens also toured of the area, during which Moritz said that he wanted Bucksaw to have coverage for loss of business income and for everything to be covered from flood damage.
After filing suit but before trial, Bucksaw Resort settled with both insurance companies: XL paid $24,000 and Federal paid $97,100.
Extraction was done using grapple and cable skidders, and bucksaws were used on all of the operations to buck logs.
The portable circular bucksaw continues to be produced by at least one manufacturer, and many tractor-mounted units are still in regular use.
Bucksaw was born--old, wise, educated, motivated and ready to educate the public through his words of wisdom and morals wrapped in laughter.
To break open large fruit, an axe, hatchet, chopping maul, or bucksaw works well.
This is why I prescribe a bucksaw, a maul, and set of splitting wedges along with a really big woodpile as therapy for the twitches, gout, flabby midsection, jangled nerves, or deepseated feelings of alienation, powerlessness, inadequacy, and most other ills of modern society.
"Tired little backs bent over bucksaws; tired little arms pitching hay; tired little hands clutching at the plow handles, or pulling weeds or picking potatoes.
This includes scythes (for wheat, which we've grown and harvested by hand), bucksaws, mauls, carpentry tools, a pressure canner, a wood stove, a wood cookstove, water storage and filters, kerosene lamps, etc.
(28) The chainsaw eventually supplanted the nonpowered tools, but bucksaws retained a presence in the woods, along with horses, well into the 1950s.
Bridges were built by hand, employing tools such as cant hooks, winches, augers, smoothing planes, beetles, crowbars, splice hooks, bucksaws with tightener cords, crosscut saws, pit saws, and the foot-adze, coupled with old-fashioned muscle.
He had helped his father cull and selectively cut timber in the days of horses and bucksaws.