awl

[n] - a pointed tool for marking surfaces or for punching small holes
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awl

Small pricking tool.
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Awl

NATO designation for Mikoyan K-9 air-to-air missile [SU;RU]
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Awl

Awl (al) noun [ Middle English aul , awel , al , Anglo-Saxon ǣl , awel ; akin to Icelandic alr , Old High German āla , German ahle , Lithuanian yla , Sanskrit ārā .] A pointed instrument for piercing ...
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awl

A pointed instrument for piercing small holes, as in leather or wood; used by shoemakers, saddlers, cabinetmakers, etc. The blade is differently shaped and pointed for different uses, as in the brad awl, saddler's awl, shoemaker's awl, etc. ... Origin: OE. Aul, awel, al, AS. L, awel; akin to Icel. Alr, OHG. Ala, G. Ahle, Lith. Yla, Skr. Ara. ... So...
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awl

noun a pointed tool for marking surfaces or for punching small holes
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Awl

• (n.) A pointed instrument for piercing small holes, as in leather or wood; used by shoemakers, saddlers, cabinetmakers, etc. The blade is differently shaped and pointed for different uses, as in the brad awl, saddler`s awl, shoemaker`s awl, etc.
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Awl

municipality in the state and emirate of Bahrain, on central Bahrain island, in the Persian Gulf. Founded in the 1930s by the Bahrain Petroleum ... [1 related articles]
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awl

(from the article `hand tool`) A varied terminology is related to making holes with revolving tools. A hole may be drilled or bored; awls, gimlets, and augers also produce holes. ...
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awl

awl (AWL) A tool for making holes in wood, leather, etc.: 'The shoe repairman used an awl to make a new shoe-lace hole.' Confusing Words: Units, Groups A to Z.
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awl

Also known as a scratching awl, a hardened steel rod sharpened to a point. Most awls have a wooden or plastic handle. They are used for scribing lines to be followed by a handsaw or chisel; for punching holes in soft materials such as leather or vinyl; and to make small holes in wood for starting na...
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awl

awl: see drill.
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Awl

An awl is a small, pointed tool used for piercing holes in leather, wood and other materials. Awls are particularly associated with shoemakers.
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Awl

An awl is a long, pointed spike. It may be a: Awl, AWL and similar may also refer to: ...
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Awl

A hand tool for piercing small holes, normally as a starter hole for screws or nails. Also known as a Bradawl or Sprig Bit
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