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power saw

[′pau̇·ər ‚sȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
A power-operated woodworking saw, such as a bench or circular saw.
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In September 2006, the couple used a power saw to cut out holes in one of their tenant's living rooms while the renter was still inside the unit.
The trees were brought down in large numbers with power saws, he added.
The Globe reported that more than 50 lawsuits are pending throughout the nation "against table saw manufacturers for failure to adopt the technology, which would stop a power saw blade almost instantly upon contact with human flesh.
The violations included the use by employees of a power saw to cut a fuel tank that contained explosive vapors or materials and improper training in the use of a fire extinguisher and the handling and use of hazardous chemicals.
Haye's raw punching power saw him dismantle veteran American Monte Barrett.
According to reports, emergency services were called when the man severed his fingers whilst using a power saw to cut through metal at the construction site in Sharjah.
A firefighter turned on a power saw and put it close to the door of an electrical vault just before the explosion in a Westchester building that killed him, a witness said Thursday.
FITCHBURG - A Newton man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend by throwing a power saw through a glass window.
Whether remodeling a basement, fixing a porch, or building a deck, chances are you will use a power saw.
In fiscal 2001 that ended March 31, Okinawa Electric Power saw its supply rise 4.
If you are using a hand held appliance like a mixer or power saw, your exposure will be high, but the duration is low.
The Model C-1000/6505 dual column, production power saw features greater capacity for today's larger stock, particularly structural materials, it has the capability of cutting rounds or squares up to 26" high, and can make angle cuts in continuous increments from 450 left of center to 45[degrees] right of center.