cutting implement


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Noun1.cutting implement - a tool used for cutting or slicingcutting implement - a tool used for cutting or slicing  
bit - the cutting part of a drill; usually pointed and threaded and is replaceable in a brace or bitstock or drill press; "he looked around for the right size bit"
blade - the flat part of a tool or weapon that (usually) has a cutting edge
cutlery, cutting tool, cutter - a cutting implement; a tool for cutting
paper cutter - a cutting implement for cutting sheets of paper to the desired size
tool - an implement used in the practice of a vocation
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A man was seen using a cutting implement to remove a chain from a bicycle that was secured to the railings at the location.
I wasn't offered a steak knife, so had to slice through the muscular flesh with a regular cutting implement.
Automatic control of the cutting implement and auto-guidance of the machine to a road alignment can also improve the operator experience, reduce operator fatigue over long runs, and can dramatically increase the quality of the graded surface.
I am not sure how farmers'' and other property owners'' would react if a car suddenly stopped by the roadside and someone got out with a cutting implement and started to cut Ivy off trees along the roadside or in hedgerows between fields etc.
Therefore, the fact that the cutting implement is missing does not interfere with the defendant's theory of the case and is not potentially exculpatory," she said in her written opposition to the motion.
He remembers putting nails on a railroad track so the train could forge them into flat blades that he could sharpen into some semblance of a cutting implement.
Each infringes on one or more elements of Rubin's patent for ergonomic shape of the hand-held implement, which covers items "such as a blade for a cutting implement, a soldering tip, a computer stylus, or a pen or pencil.
Parfitt of University College London found 32 pieces of worked flint, including a cutting implement with a sharpened edge and a fist-size rock from which smaller, tool-size pieces had been hammered.
Hickey is a design engineer for surgical cutting implements and the work has brought him to Carraigtowhill in east Cork.
Though both cutting implements are efficient in cutting typical materials that would be present in an entanglement situation, ideally the implement that requires the least amount of muscle activation would be more biomechanically suited in attempt to decrease overuse injury susceptibility.
Several hundred double-edged cutting implements discovered at nine sites in southwestern Crete date to at least 130,000 years ago and probably much earlier, according to archaeologist Thomas Strasser of Providence College in Rhode Island.
Blades are assumed to be more ef Bcient cutting implements.