two-man saw

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Noun1.two-man saw - a saw with handles at both endstwo-man saw - a saw with handles at both ends; intended for use by two people
pitsaw - a large two-handed saw formerly used to cut logs into planks; one man stood above the log and the other in a pit below
saw - hand tool having a toothed blade for cutting
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Under a picture of loggers sitting in the snow with their clay jug, cant hooks, and a two-man saw, a caption reads, "It's hard to believe men like this with just hand tools cut a giant swath across the north.
The author, like many of the men he describes, began cutting wood with a two-man saw at age nine.
The two-man saws ripped through the huge pines and firs and redwoods of the western ranges, and to make sure the human conquerors could saw them all, natural forest fires were effectively suppressed.