Jigsaw

[power tool] A jigsaw power tool is a jigsaw made up of an electric motor and a reciprocating saw blade. A jigsaw with a bevel function on the sole plate allows cutting angles of typically up to 45 degrees relative to the normal vertical stroke for cutting miter joints. In the past, what are now usually called scroll saws were often referre...
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jigsaw

[n] - fine-toothed power saw with a narrow blade
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jigsaw

scroll saw noun fine-toothed power saw with a narrow blade; used to cut curved outlines
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jigsaw

(from the article `saw`) The power jigsaw, or scroll saw, does mechanically the same irregular cutting as the hand coping saw. The straight, narrow blade is mounted ...
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Jigsaw

Cooperative activity. The basic steps include: reading, meeting with expert groups, report back to main team, demonstrate knowledge through a test or report.
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Jigsaw

A jigsaw is a mechanical saw with a very fine blade used for cutting intricate curves in sheet material.
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Jigsaw

[teaching technique] The jigsaw technique is a method of organizing classroom activity that makes students dependent on each other to succeed. It breaks classes into groups and breaks assignments into pieces that the group assembles to complete the (jigsaw) puzzle. It was designed by social psychologist Elliot Aronson to help weaken racial ...
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Jigsaw

[game show] Jigsaw was a daytime quiz programme that aired for one series on Channel 4 in early 1987, the programme was hosted by Dickie Davies. ==Series Guide== ...
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Jigsaw

[clothing retailer] Jigsaw is a fashion clothing retailer with outlets in Britain, the United States and an independent licencee in Australia. The company is based on Mortlake Road in Kew, south west London. It turned over £88m in 2005. It has 56 stores across the UK (as of May 2013). Jigsaw`s sister company Kew 159, based in the same loca...
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Jigsaw

[website] Jigsaw was an online business directory of companies and business professionals that is built, maintained and accessed by a worldwide community of over a million subscribers. A large database allows members to exchange and share the business information of more than 29 million contacts from over 4 million companies. This informati...
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Jigsaw

[Saw] John Kramer (also known as The Jigsaw Killer, commonly referred to as Jigsaw) is a fictional character from the Saw franchise. Jigsaw made his debut in the first film of the series, Saw, and he later appeared in Saw II, III, IV, V, VI, and 3D. He is portrayed by American actor Tobin Bell. In the series` narrative, Kramer is a former c...
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Jigsaw

A saw with a small, thin blade used for cutting curves and curlicues in wooden boards. See gingerbreading.
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Jigsaw

[tool] A jigsaw is a tool used for cutting arbitrary curves, such as stenciled designs or other custom shapes, into a piece of wood, metal, or other material. It can be used in a more artistic fashion than other saws, which typically cut in straight lines only. In this way, it is similar to the rasp and the chisel. Although a jigsaw can be ...
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