bowsaw

bowsaw

(ˈbəʊˌsɔː)
n
(Tools) a saw with a thin blade in a bow-shaped frame
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Other classrooms collecting used eyeglasses were Amanda Austin's first grade with five pairs, Michelle Bowsaw's fifth grade with one pair, Angie Cox's kindergarten with three pairs, Jana Bradshaw's second grade with three pairs and Caitlin Drone's second grade with nine pairs.
Participants can use a bowsaw and try their hand at cutting down trees.
DONNY'S LITTLE HELPER BOWSAW I saw a man trying to cut branches using a handsaw but he should have been using a bowsaw.
The blade of the bowsaw has raker toothing which makes easy work of green timbers such as trees and shrubs.
on the bowsaw the blade is a set of four triangles followed by a
"One's a handy little utility bowsaw' the other is bigger, different - uh - shape ..."
1: bowsaws are not adequate for felling large trees, or large numbers of small trees.
Working with bowsaws and loppers, the team removed small trees and brambles to create an open area in the woodland.
Armed with bowsaws, the volunteers helped clear nursery trees to make way for maturing woodland.