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gang saw

n.
A saw fitted with several blades for making simultaneous parallel cuts.

gang saw

n
(Mechanical Engineering) a saw having several parallel blades making simultaneous cuts
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When the physician's head saw that the poison had taken effect, and that the king had only a few more minutes to live, "Tyrant," it cried, "see how cruelty and injustice are punished.
Franklin's clear head saw the turn the Sergeant's suspicions had taken, in the twinkling of an eye.
The man upon Tantor's broad head saw the girl in the man's arms.
It's not for the faint of heart, though; Head saw him seducing a bride on the way to her wedding and as for Sister - well, let's just say it's not about helping your sibling with her needlework.
PHOTOS of the new PS7m landing stage at the Pier Head saw it taking shape.
VENETA - Andrew Head saw a business opportunity: Open his 40-acre property southeast of Veneta to weddings, banquets and corporate retreats, provide a rustic event venue for up to 250 guests, and supplement his income as a roofer in the process.
The simulator organized by level of skills and expertise, including trainees will start training courses to learn the operation and the use of a head saw.
A 5-4 win at Bulls Head saw Netherton Sports and Social draw level on ten points with Springfield and now only trail on average.
Results also indicated that the SEC increases as the percentage of four-quarter lumber increases during a particular shift along with an increase in the energy consumption of chipper, head saw, and resaw.
City went 3-2 up through sub McParland and the hosts then lost Lucas Adamczyk after a rush of blood to the Pole's head saw him sent off.
Another strike by Irlam against the head saw scrum-half Tom Hocknell cross for a try, his second of the game, converted by Jones and the first half scoring finished with winger Maxwell adding his second of the game, Jones again converting.
SHOCKER McCarthy Rush of blood to the head saw him give away a penalty and he could have no complaints over the decision