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electric drill

A hand-held electrically powered drill, 1; usually classified according to the capacity of the chuck; may be of either fixed or variable speed.
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Use an electric drill for any length of time and you'll whip up quite a bit of friction.
Paul Jenkinson, from North Wales Fire Service, said: "This fire appears to have started when the occupier used an electric drill to drain the fuel tank of a scrap car.
From patenting the first portable electric drill with pistol grip and trigger switch, to supplying the first drill to take samples from the Moon, to creating some of today's best lithium-ion technology tools, Black & Decker is a proven pioneer in power tool and home products innovation.
Rescuers had to break through one of the walls using chisels and an electric drill.
You can still use an electric drill, but be sure to apply very little pressure.
A DOCTOR in rural Australia used a domestic electric drill to bore a hole into the skull of a boy with a severe head injury, saving his life.
The tyres have all had holes put in them, by what police believe to be an electrical appliance, probably an electric drill.
Materials needed for this demonstration include an electric or, preferably, a cordless electric drill, and several feet of double-stranded string or cord.
With four round hook screws (available at home improvement stores) and a handheld electric drill, drill four holes into the bottom of your driftwood, angling them forward slightly so the hooks won't lean against the wall.
Using a retrofitted electric drill, the team bored out a little plug of narwhal blubber from each whale.
In scenes reminiscent of the film Reservoir Dogs, a businessman was kidnapped at gunpoint, taken to a warehouse and tortured with an electric drill.

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