In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- I thought it would be like a piece of my jigsaw puzzle missing, to not see Rajan again much.
- It is nothing like putting together a jigsaw puzzle, one piece at a time, with little sense of urgency.
- Elsewhere, garden walls and fences are arranged in a complicated jigsaw to maximize private open space.
- But for him and Mindy, they just kind of clicked easily, like two correct pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
- Each of the panels was individually numbered and fitted together on-site like a giant jigsaw.
- The exercise is like putting together the pieces in a jigsaw puzzle.
- We used to have to think of the names of flowers as answers to puzzles, or to put together the pieces of a picture, like a jigsaw puzzle.
- He gets nothing other than the pleasure of putting all the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together.
- The houses interlocked like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle and every window blazed with light.
- Lee compares planning to putting together the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
- Burnley boss Steve Cotterill is still looking for three pieces to complete his jigsaw puzzle.
- Like a jigsaw puzzle, a successful hockey team consists of many pieces.
- Proteins are like jigsaw puzzle pieces that are designed to fit together.
- This box's contours are also unevenly matched and fit together like warped pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
- The scene is then printed block by block, with layers of color filling in the image like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
- The scattered devices lay across the floor like shattered pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
- Get the whole family together to work a giant jigsaw puzzle together.
- Activities that focus your mind such as doing cross word puzzles or a jigsaw puzzle have been reported as helpful.
- Nine different crews then delivered these parts into space where the giant jigsaw puzzle was pieced together.
- But when Frakture put these jigsaws together they didn't fit properly.
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- Finish the cutout with a sharp handsaw, jigsaw or reciprocating saw.
- You can also use a circular saw, jigsaw or panel saw to do it.
- Check the hardware store for an extra length metal cutting jigsaw blade.
- There are also certain types of tungsten-tipped circular saw and jigsaw blades available that will work with these products.
- Personally I find the hacksaw method easier, I find my jigsaw is too fast and it melts the plastic rather than cutting it.
- Use a jigsaw to crosscut the board adjacent to a joist.
- Oh, and how did we live so long without a 5-amp jigsaw with five blades?
- Bore a starter hole for the blade well inside the line; and use a fine-tooth standard (up-cutting) jigsaw blade.
- Cut the templates by carefully sawing to your lines with a jigsaw or on the band saw, then fair and smooth the curves with a rasp and 150-grit sandpaper.
- A jigsaw with a fine-tooth blade may also be acceptable.
- A jigsaw with a plaster-cutting blade will make the job easier, but be careful not to cut through existing cables hidden in the ceiling.
- You'll need a table saw or jigsaw, a sander, a drill press, and about three hours.
- For straight cuts use a circular saw or a handsaw; for curves use a portable jigsaw.
- Tools required include only a circular saw, a jigsaw, and a router.
- Cut out the drywall behind the baseboard with a jigsaw or drywall saw.
- Use an X-ACTO Knife, utility knife or electric jigsaw and slowly insert the blade into the gourd.
- He needs a variety of power tools, drills, routers, circular saws, jigsaws and packets of blades.
- For this you will need a hacksaw or a jigsaw with a hacksaw blade.
- Generally, use a handsaw or a circular saw to cut straight lines, a coping saw or a portable jigsaw to cut irregular lines.
- He's about to replace a blade on the jigsaw when he hears someone shuffling up the gravel road.
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