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buzzsaw

[ˈbʌzsɔː] n (US)scie f circulaire or mécanique
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Smokin' Joe was the human buzzsaw who had claimed The Greatest's heavyweight title during Ali's absence.
Some examples: a man uses his hat as a buzzsaw. A movie star bludgeons opponents with a knock-off Oscar trophy.
In what may appear to be a shocking turn of events, it was Banks who came out victorious, the Kiwi Buzzsaw pinning Devlin to book himself a future match with the Ring General.
Ellen Page stars in "Umbrella Academy," while Jake Gyllenhaal stars in "Velvet Buzzsaw," a satirical thriller set in the contemporary art world.
At one point in Velvet Buzzsaw, Dan Gilroy's cynical, malformed horror made for Netflix, Zawe Ashton's ambitious gallery worker spits: "What's the point of art if no one sees it?"
VELVET BUZZSAW Film, available Friday Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo and Fresh Meat's Zawe Ashton star in a chilling horror film about mysterious paintings which unleash a demonic force on anyone who buys them.
Staff test-fires Hitler's Buzzsaw, the elusive MG42 in 8mm Mauser.
ran into a buzzsaw in Nashville and saw their Stanley Cup dreams end in stunning fashion.
Their sound distilled the shimmering guitar jangle of the Byrds, the buzzsaw style of The Ramones and 60s girl group melodies into two and a half minute pop gems.
Recall that former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi's plan for residential and commercial mixed-use development at Nassau's HUB was advancing until it ran into the Town of Hempstead's zoning code buzzsaw.
"Faf was excellent, he was a little buzzsaw. He was quick to the ball, shifted the ball quickly, picked up his runners," Jones said.
The second United Kingdom Championship Tournament takes place at London's Royal Albert Hall from June 18 and 19, starring Black Country fighter Dave Mastiff and the Wolverhampton-based 'Kiwi Buzzsaw' Travis Banks.