hand drill

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Noun1.hand drill - a small portable drill held and operated by handhand drill - a small portable drill held and operated by hand
drill - a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
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The repairers were asked to fix a range of items including a tree lopper, a Marconi transistor radio which used to pick up Radio Luxembourg back in its heyday, a legless table, a number of steam irons, a hand drill, a soldering iron, items which needed stitching and jewellery.
During that study I found that using those tools that fit in a 3/8" hand drill actually do more harm than good.
Besson said the five-member team only had a hand drill that was not strong enough to reach the victim, who was trapped under thick concrete, and had to abandon digging as night fell.
Security cameras recorded the masked robbers dig through using a steel saw, a hand drill, pliers, a crowbar, a hydraulic jack, and an acetylene torch.
Graham Plant, borough council leader, believed a hand drill was used to avoid noise.
The split hand drill will influence an out-to-in swing path on the way down and will also help the golfer to use their hands properly through the golf swing.
What to sell: plywood, PVC pipes, a saw, sandpaper, a hand drill, tape and permanent marker.
Portable post drill and portable hand drill that could be used to drill holes at a job site.
Different tools for digging such as two jacks, a hand drill, a saw for cutting metal, a jack handle, two crowbars, four pieces of wood, and one improvised plastic scoop were found inside the tunnel.
However, evidence shows that healers in Peru practiced trepanation -- a surgical procedure that involves removing a section of the cranial vault using a hand drill or a scraping tool -- more than 1,000 years ago to treat a variety of ailments, from head injuries to heartsickness.
Then he used a hand drill to enlarge the peep hole one drill bit size at a time until, at full draw, he could perfectly align the pin guard inside the peep hole.