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.
Telescopic Material Covered With Rigid Plastic Insulation Sleeve With Grip For Easy Handling Fitted With Replaceable Self Sharpening Super Turbocut Saw With Back Saw Protection Arrangement And Supplied With One Number Spare Self - Sharpening Super Turbo Cut Telescopic Saw, With Oem Warranty For 12 Months.
A string of fine performances at centre back saw Maher slot neatly into the famed central role.
It looked for a long time as if Nigel Pearson's side would be left regretting that failed attempt after casual play from them at the back saw West Ham equalise on 32 minutes, Cheikhou Kouyate firing in.
Greening added his second and the visitors' fourth from a well struck free kick just after the hour before a spirited fight back saw skipper Andy Gillespie reduce the arrears with a powerful effort and substitute Marcus Perry find the net with a low drive in time added on, but it was too little too late for Town.
White completed his hat-trick of tries aftre the break after a powerful solo run from the versatile back saw him go under the posts from 40 metres out.
In front of a vocal crowd, Crackley faced up to the decider against Priorsfield A and looked in real trouble when their opponents ran in three quick tries but in a tremendous fight back saw they rally and eventually overhaul their rivals to the take the match 12-8.
A brilliant fight back saw Kenneth level at 9-all before Avinash gained game point and finished it with a backhand smash.
Becksnatchedathirdon28minutes, the Ospreys looked to have missed an opportunity, but a mix-up at the back saw Beck regain the ball behind Treviso's try-line and score.
Hard work by the whole team soon had Moldgreen back on the attack and quick thinking by team captain John Coletta at acting half back saw him cross the line.
Clingan's clumsy attempt to get the ball back saw him foul Ben Burgess and referee Neil Miller pointed to the spot.
Seven minutes later Cove added a second when Paul Tosh's surging run and cut back saw Barrie Stephen make no mistake from 14 yards.