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scutch

[skəch]
(design engineering)
A small, picklike tool which has flat cutting edges for trimming bricks. Also known as scotch.

scutch, scotch

A bricklayer’s tool, with a cutting edge on each side, for cutting, trimming, and dressing brick or stone.
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Felix de Giles travelled up for just one ride and it proved a shrewd move as he landed his first win on the course when Scutch Mill came from fifth at the last to win for Patrick Haslam.
The 2m1f handicap hurdle went to the Patrick Haslam-trained Scutch Mill.
A change of tactics paid off for Scutch Mill, who came from off the pace under Barry Keniry in the novice handicap hurdle, led on the run-in and just held off the strong-finishing Go Figure to register his first win over jumps.
Scutch Mill, who ended a long losing run when winning an apprentice race for Jerry O'Dwyer at Kempton last week, followed up under the same rider in the 1m1f handicap, being produced with a late run to beat Discotheque by two lengths.
The closing apprentice handicap was won by Karen George's Scutch Mill, who, despite tending to hang, was driven out to score by Jerry O'Dwyer.