Definition of Backsaws
1. backsaw [n] - See also: backsaw
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Backsaws
Literary usage of Backsaws
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook in Woodwork and Carpentry: For Teachers and Normal Schools by Charles Albert King (1911)
"24-15" iron jack planes. 24-6" try-squares. 24-7" iron knuckle-joint block 24-12" backsaws. planes. 24 bench hooks. 24-1" socket firmer chisels. ..."
2. The Elementary Principles of Machine Design by Jacob G. Arnold Meyer (1897)
"... Using, and Filing all kinds of Handsaws, backsaws, Compass and Keyhole Saws; Web, Hack, and Butchers' Saws; Showing the Shapes, Forms, Angles, Pitches, ..."
3. Tariff Information Surveys on the Articles in Paragraph 1- of the Tariff Act by United States Tariff Commission (1921)
"backsaws have thin blades for fine cutting, with the back stiffened by a thick strio of steel or brass to preven I the blade from buckling. ..."
4. The Existing Tariff on Imports Into the United States, Etc.: And the Free by United States, Justin Smith Morrill (1884)
"I 439 Bacon 254 Bacon 149 backsaws 84 Bags, and other like manufactures ' of flax, hemp, jute, &c.; 46 pouches of Judia rubber bead 390 for in ..."