swing saw

swing saw, pendulum saw

A power-operated circular saw suspended from above and pivoted on a long arm.
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What amounted to a 21-point swing saw South Korea score a troubling 54 points in the second half twice as many as they managed in the first.
Centre-back Michael Hector's wild swing saw him divert George Friend's cross from the left inches wide of his own post, and the howls of derision played perfectly into Boro's hands.
Around 9.30pm a mood swing saw the house lights dim even further, to be replaced by those pulsing around the dance floor.
The chants of Sigurdsson's name had already started before he positioned himself over the ball, the celebrations starting before his precise swing saw it dip and deceive Guzan on its way to the top corner.
High-profile, and some would say needless, changes to his golf swing saw Harrington plummet from third in the world rankings to 96th and he came into last week's Masters with questions still surrounding his ability to get back to the top of the game.
A five-point swing saw Scotland home with 31 points, two clear of their Irish hosts and seven ahead of Wales.
The star's over-zealous swing saw his ball fly out of bounds into a local backyard, where it caught Tampa Bay golf course resident Gayle DiMaggio.
The swing saw Labour reduced to running the council without an overall majority.
The 9.7% swing saw a drop from a 15.4 share in 2000 to 13.9.
Four years ago, a massive swing saw Warwick North as one of the party's biggest conquests but Independent councillor Christine Hodgetts and Tory Gerry Guest stopped Labour from taking power of the more rural Warwick South.
He didn't crack and his determination and solid swing saw him always at least three shots ahead of his nearest challenger Paul Casey.
The seat had been one of Labour's safest with a majority of more than 13,500, but the massive swing saw the nationalists secure it by a margin of 365, with Labour coming second.