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jigsaw

Tools a mechanical saw with a fine steel blade for cutting intricate curves in sheets of material

Jigsaw

A power woodworking tool with a reciprocating thin blade suspended in a frame; used to cut complex curves in thin material.

jigsaw

[′jig‚sȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
A tool with a narrow blade suitable for cutting intricate curves and lines.

jigsaw

An electrically powered saw having a narrow blade which moves with a reciprocating motion, in a vertical direction, through the surface of a table on which work is placed; esp. used for cutting curves and ornamental patterns.

Jigsaw

(1) See Project Jigsaw and Alphabet.

(2) A Web server from the W3C that incorporates advanced features and uses a modular design similar to the Apache Web server. Jigsaw supports HTTP 1.1 and provided an experimental platform for HTTP-NG. See HTTP-NG and Amaya.
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There will be 1,300 puzzles - comprising a million pieces - at the eighth annual Charity Jigsaw Festival at St Martin's Church over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
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Jigsaws are great at cutting sheet metal, but it's difficult to clamp the material down so the saw blade doesn't just rattle the material up and down instead of cutting through it.
Up until now Freda's largest completed jigsaw was 6,000 pieces.
I''ve long believed jigsaws to be the ultimate in time-wasting luxury.
The Bosch PST 18 LI cordless jigsaw costs pounds 89.99 without a battery and charger, and pounds 149.99 with.
Eve, who is married to Jack's son Trevor, said it was a "joyous" moment for the family to finally see the monster jigsaw completed.
saw Over the next 100 years, the cutting aspects of the jigsaw were refined and improved alongside the development of the printing industry.
Anyway, we had just come out of the jigsaw shop with a new 500,000- piece puzzle depicting the eastern elevation of Carmarthen Castle.
Millis and Cottell (1998) maintained that, although originally developed for the K-12 level, Jigsaw could also meet the needs of higher education, especially in courses requiring students to "confront complex, challenging topics involving multiple pieces of information" (p.
IAN Browncey yesterday became the first person in Britain to complete the world's hardest jigsaw puzzle - with 18,200 pieces.
David Shearer (left) and Phil Stokes with some jigsaws. Picture: Paul Thomas Photo ref.: PT210608jigs-4