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sawhorse

a stand for timber during sawing

sawhorse

[′sȯ‚hȯrs]
(engineering)
A wooden rack used to support wood that is being sawed.

sawhorse, sawbuck

A four-legged support, usually used in pairs, to hold wood while being sawed.
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Bottom: Perhaps the simplest mount of them all: a lounge chair under a sawhorse. The binoculars attach to a tripod head that in turn is secured to the sawhorse.
Same sawhorse desk, more bookcases stacked on top of each other almost to the ceiling.
The Knight Foundation, along with Sawhorse Media, presented what appears to be the first prizes for twittering, honoring 26 winners of the Shorty Awards Wednesday night.
The vehicle was owned and insured by Fell's employer, Sawhorse Lumber & More, Inc., and petitioner Hartford provided the insurance, including the supplementary uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.
The VSEPR theory and some very clear illustrations of the Newman projections and Sawhorse views of molecules are some of the tools used to explicate these concepts.
Founder and former vice president of SawHorse, in Atlanta, he is now a principal at Seville Consulting.
What we see is a visceral masterstroke: Lycos lifts an onstage ladder, the show's only set piece, and stands it precariously on a sawhorse where it's been resting.
Getting extended use over the last 25 years is an ingenious product that gave do-it-yourselfers an extra pair of hands for all their home projects--the Workmate, a portable device that can be used as a workbench, vise, tool stand, and sawhorse. Do you want something even better?
Even though he soon had enough cash to wipe out the external debt of Honduras, money didn't seem to be the only thing driving him and he still operated from behind his first desk, an old door balanced on a sawhorse. According to Bezos, Amazon began with noble ideals: to kill sprawling strip malls and to bring cheap books to the people.
Blu Dot's Sawhorse desk is another pared-down design; it resembles an artist's drafting table.
Then, a lesser shaman comes on--say a woman who is an expert on tampon stocks, or a new hotshot authority on squid futures from the brokerage house Biddle, Bamboozle & Butkis--and with all the animation of a sawhorse, tells Louis and his viewers which companies he or she "likes," as in "I'm liking Firestorm toys right now" or, "No one is liking the Lippo Group now."