bow saw


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bow saw

bow saw

 (bō)
n.
A saw with a slender blade connected at each end to a narrow handle that curves outward like an archer's bow.
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He unsheathed a small ax and found a skinny, dead tree to chop down, then used a bow saw to cut its trunk into campfire-size pieces, which, over the course of the night, were reduced to silvery ash.
They spent a winter digging out tree stumps - all by spade, axe and bow saw.
Along with a boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, Greenaway attacked a teenager, who was struck by a bow saw by Greenaway's accomplice.
The tool works like a bow saw and it can even get into tight areas for trimming branches.
I've been cutting firewood using a bucksaw or bow saw for most of my 80 years on planet Earth.
After reading this book, I was inspired to build a log cabin--and with the help of my younger twin brothers, we cut trees with a bow saw and built a log cabin with a small fireplace.
On a nearby ridge of boulders and brush, Hig was sawing branches with a bow saw he had made using a stick that he had found and a saw blade that he carried.
I cut wood with a crosscut saw, a bow saw and a hatchet; cook and heat with a wood cookstove.
Vorm's form in his British bow saw him linked with a string of Premier League clubs - including Arsenal, big-spending QPR and Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool.
Firefighters cordoned off the road to make the area safe and removed some of the smaller branches using a bow saw.
Ridgewell had some sympathy: "I think after I crossed it, Bow saw the ball but when the defender went to try and head it, it took it out of his eyeline and away from him.