back saw


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back saw

n
1. (Tools) a small handsaw stiffened along its upper edge by a metal section
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Noun1.back saw - a handsaw that is stiffened by metal reinforcement along the upper edgeback saw - a handsaw that is stiffened by metal reinforcement along the upper edge
carpenter's saw, hand saw, handsaw - a saw used with one hand for cutting wood
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and looking back saw that their foremost ranks were mixed up with some foreign cavalry with red epaulets, probably French.
But less than a minute later York's lack of concentration at the back saw Anwaar Uddin turn quickly to equalise.
Alan Archibald burst down the left and his cut back saw McCallum's 25- yarder beat Mathieson.
Within the opening minute some fine work from the forwards saw the ball recycled and with two phases of play and some fine running from the Caldy back saw the ball popped out to Ben Lyon on the wing for him to go over in the right hand corner.
But hesitancy at the back saw Huddersfield force an injury-time corner, and from it Leon Knight lashed home an equaliser off the under- side of the crossbar.
A second-half fight back saw the U14s claim a 78-71 league win over Greater Manchester.
A Matty McGinn brace ensured Everest's great start continued with a 2-0 win against Tess Rileys, while a superb second half fight back saw Kodak run out 4-1 winners over Weld Blundell.
AN INSPIRED second-half fight back saw Burscough recover from three goals down to earn a point with two goals in the last seven minutes in the UniBond League Premier Division.
The father of three left Alexander playing outside, but when he looked back saw the van rolling backwards and picking up speed.
Keeper Ralph brilliantly saved Mayman's first kick after Haddrell had been adjudged to foul home forward Connell, before Vauxhall's heroic defending from front to back saw them score on the counter with Young incisively finishing off a pass from Lawton on 74 minutes.
But a terrific second half fight back saw Windsor reduce the deficit.
The left back saw a specialist yesterday and was told he cannot resume training for another fortnight because of his ankle injury.