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star drill

[′stär ‚dril]
(design engineering)
A tool with a star-shaped point, used for drilling in stone or masonry.

star drill

star drill
A long steel tool having a star-shaped point, used for drilling holes in concrete, masonry, and stone; it is handheld, the head being struck repeatedly with a hammer to provide the drilling action.
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The Scotland star drilled in a double against Motherwell to launch a remarkable comeback in the second half at Fir Park.
Everton's 17-year-old England star drilled home an injurytime stunner that wrecked Villa's five-game unbeaten run on a day when Graham Taylor's men missed the chance to finally ease themselves clear of relegation.
Riise found Owen deep on the left and the England star drilled the ball past the startled Kahn.
Lift off: Liam Keogh shows Inverness are on the up as he celebrates with goal hero Alan Morgan after the Highland star drilled home the winner at Dunfermline yesterday (right)
Hignett cut back a pass into Merson's path and the born-again star drilled his shot through Paul Musselwhite's body.
The Rangers loan star drilled one past from inside the box after some decent work by Kean who got the better of Chris Innes to set him up.
The Scotland star drilled home the only goal after 67 minutes to settle the top v bottom clash in the underdogs' favour.
The Japanese star drilled home a 30-foot eagle putt to win in thrilling style at the first play-off hole.