concrete saw


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concrete saw

A power-operated saw used in grooving uncured concrete (to prevent cracking) or in cutting hard concrete slabs.
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A man who bestrides a horse must be essentially different from a man who cowers in a canoe.
The lama dropped wearily to the ground, much as a heavy fruit-eating bat cowers, and returned to his rosary.
The kite was shaped like a great hawk; and the moment it rose into the air the birds began to cower and seek protection--and then to disappear.
The result was a sharp peck on the end of his nose that made him cower down and ki-yi.
See how he cowers and sneaks, how vaguely all the day he fears, not being immortal nor divine, but the slave and prisoner of his own opinion of himself, a fame won by his own deeds.
Bournemouth's ignoble coast cowers to the right, heralding the pine-trees that mean, for all their beauty, red houses, and the Stock Exchange, and extend to the gates of London itself.
It hangs on every bush, flutters in every tree, is caught flying by the electric wires, haunts every enclosure, drinks at every pump, cowers at every grating, shudders upon every plot of grass, seeks rest in vain behind the legions of iron rails.
While he, subdued and abashed, seemed to crouch before her, and to shrink and cower down, as if in the presence of some superior creature, the child herself was sensible of a new feeling within her, which elevated her nature, and inspired her with an energy and confidence she had never known.
8,839,778 for “Hydraulically-actuated, Horizontal, Flush-Cut, Radial Concrete Saw and Trip Hazard Removal Method.
Above, one construction worker is venting the exhaust from a concrete saw operated by another construction worker in a tented enclosure, which enables winter construction work to progress.
Big enough to seat eight-people and sturdy enough to last a few lifetimes, this dining table could almost pass for Italian terrazzo But it's made of concrete, which landscape designer Steve Siegrist cut with a concrete saw from paving in this L.
A majority of the lines are located under streets layered with eight inches of concrete, which would require the crews to use a jack hammer or concrete saw to open the street.
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