wire cutters


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wire cutters

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wire-cutters

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(Tools) pliers designed for cutting wire with their jaws
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The police took body into custody and also recovered wire cutters from the spot.
[USPRwire, Mon Apr 22 2019] The tool wire cutters market is expected to witness steady growth with growth in the demand for tool wire cutters across various industrial applications including electrical manufacturing, automobile maintenance and repair, power generation and transmission.
Summary: Tool wire cutters also known as pliers, are small hand held device used to cut worn-out cables or open end wires as well as fix bolts and screws.
In the same month he was caught at The Horsefair shopping quarter in Bristol going equipped for theft with wire cutters, a stanley knife, bolt cutters, and foil-lined coffee cups.
When I need an anchor or a landscape pin, I use my wire cutters to cut off the ends of the hangers.
When the bow is as full as desired, wrap the floral wire around the bow center one last time to secure; twist and cut off the excess using wire cutters, leaving 6" tails.
Hot wire cutters are the standard tools in weaving processes, when it comes to cutting of woven synthetic fabrics.
He is armed only with old wire cutters, a broken pickaxe, a devotion to duty and a supreme sense of stoicism.
It is alleged he held the wire cutters above the girl's head, saying: "I'm not going to hurt you, as long as you give me everything."
Causey managed to break free by using a cell phone, wire cutters and other tools that were dropped off by a drone, officials said according to the (https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/07/us/drone-inmate-escape.html) New York Times .