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Spell check of awl

Correct spelling: awl

hacksaw, axe, welder, posthole auger, skewer, tool, bit, band saw, cold chisel, circular saw, saw, bow saw, spoke shave, jigsaw, chain saw, stapler, hat pin, tin snips, grapnel, punch, pike, nail, needle, square, jointer, adjustable wrench, hammer, hook, blowlamp, harpoon, lug wrench, pickax, barb, level, spike, pliers, plane, chisel, drill press, gimlet, fishhook, shears, bradawl, bellows, planer, hedge trimmer, lance, knife, sickle, miter box, Allen wrench, table saw, monkey wrench, auger, ball-peen hammer, crowbar, sledgehammer, drill, applicator, lathe, borer, emery wheel, wrench, handsaw, mallet, jackknife, box end wrench, trowel, spur, coping saw, prong, calipers, spear, crosscut saw, snips, spanner, hatchet, wrecking bar, vise, scissors, spade, gouge, pick, back saw, tack, pipe wrench, arc welder, scroll saw, buzz saw, quill, edger, spine, scythe, thumbtack, grindstone, claw hammer, shovel, fid, machete, tire iron, blowtorch, radial arm saw, keyhole saw, bench drill, drawbore, ripsaw, staple, pin, wedge, screwdriver, file.

Examples of usage:

1) A Hebrew could only remain in slavery for ever when, after six years of service, he voluntarily declared that he wished to remain with his master; then, as a sign that he permanently belonged to the house of his master, his ear was pierced on the door- post with an awl. - "The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)", Max Duncker.

2) I couldn't hear much, 'cause the wind was blustering, and most of what I did hear was bad words- like- well, 'scown- der- awl, ' and such. - "Her Mother's Secret", Emma D. E. N. Southworth.

3) The thrusting in of the awl has a curious similarity to the cutting and skewering in the sun dance; one may even be pardoned for wondering if it did not so arise. - "The Sun Dance of the Blackfoot Indians", Clark Wissler.