There are several kinds of saws, namely, the common hand-saw, the key-hole saw, and the small-toothed saw. From Wordnik.com. [The Book of Sports: Containing Out-door Sports, Amusements and Recreations, Including Gymnastics, Gardening & Carpentering] Reference
He would cling to the sheer curtains, spread flat with his small-toothed grin aimed toward Margaret, ten feet south. From Wordnik.com. [One-Way Ticket] Reference
Rates of wildlife harvesting are unsustainable, and threaten species such as the small-toothed palm civet with extinction. From Wordnik.com. [Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4)~ Chapter 1] Reference
He blunted the back of the denticulated tool and reexamined the small-toothed saw he had just made, then nodded and put it down. From Wordnik.com. [The Clan of the Cave Bear]
The one end is cut like a small-toothed comb, and the other is fastened to a piece of cane, and looks like a little serrated adze. From Wordnik.com. [Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before] Reference
Above all kinds, that of the small-toothed comb is the most injurious in this respect, as it not only inflames the tender skin, but, from the fineness of its teeth, splits and crushes the hairs in being passed through them. From Wordnik.com. [The Ladies' Vase Polite Manual for Young Ladies] Reference
Four of these species are considered critically endangered: Bulmer's fruit-bat (Aproteles bulmerae), large leptomys (Leptomys elegans), eastern shrew-mouse (Pseudohydromys murinus), and lesser small-toothed rat (Macruromys elegans). From Wordnik.com. [Central Range montane rain forests] Reference
We also saw the footprints of cougars and of the small-toothed, big, red wolf. From Wordnik.com. [Through the Brazilian Wilderness] Reference
In the warehouse were scores of skins of jaguar, puma, ocelot, and jaguarundi, and one skin of the big, small-toothed red wolf. From Wordnik.com. [Through the Brazilian Wilderness] Reference
Bronze whalers are commonly seen close to shore and other small-toothed varieties frequenting Northland waters are mostly fish eaters and considered harmless - unless they start circling. From Wordnik.com. [UnderwaterTimes.com News of the Underwater World] Reference
We bowed our heads and drew our bodies to their tightest compass, and every rib of our boat vibrated as a violin does; and the oars were beaten flat, and dashed their drip into fringes like a small-toothed comb. From Wordnik.com. [Erema — My Father's Sin] Reference
Slave, slave, slave, till our fingers were sore; and now I would be blistering my hands with a small-toothed saw which Tom had bought one day and brought home in triumph for cutting through the gold, and next time toiling away with a great file. From Wordnik.com. [The Golden Magnet] Reference
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