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power drill

[′pau̇·ər ‚dril]
(mechanical engineering)
A motor-driven drilling machine.

power drill

A drill, 1 driven by an electric motor which transfers power to the chuck when a trigger-type switch is closed.
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Using chainsaws and large-bit power drills, artificial cavities and "starter holes" were drilled into the trees to provide shelter--immediate and future--for the homeless survivors of Hugo.
SHUNTED: Hanlon's car after the attack in Stepps SCARRED: James Hanlon was brutally attacked with the power drill
Cardiff Crown Court heard the victim did not report the theft of the power drill, but when the DVD player went missing, he told police.
Of the 31 premises checked, 30 were breaking legal limits for noise levels, while in 13 instances music was so loud that the sound resembled a power drill shattering concrete.
KETCHUM, USA: Dr Keith Sivertson saved the life of a patient by drilling through his skull with a Makita power drill from the local DIY store.
A mains power drill with a hammer facility, is a must for most home improvement jobs, and a cordless screwdriver takes a lot of effort out of some of the trickiest tasks.
Like raiding the tool-box for a power drill to take the elbow grease out of making the cake icing, or using a generous handful of petroleum jelly, olive oil and a couple of plastic bags to make your hands silky soft.
Assembly requires only a hand-held power jigsaw, power drill and hammer.
Katie Price's latest literary classic (about herself, obvs) she tells a story about having sex with a married celebrity who reminded her of a Bosch power drill.
Sunday November 30 at 7pm: Garage door forced open and power drill stolen.
A Kodak digital camera worth PS150, a PS350 De Walt power drill in a yellow and black case and house keys were taken from the kitchen.

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