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hack

1. a recognized style of horse and not a breed. Not to be confused with Hackney, the breed of harness horses. Mostly Thoroughbreds, sometimes with some Arab or Quarter horse blood. Any color, usually 14.2 to 15.2 hands high, may be lightweight or heavyweight.
2. to go for a ride.
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Designed with a thin tapered triangular end, the new version of the Eclipse Hacksaw is ideal for working in difficult areas such as behind pipework or in tight corners.
Sgt Ian Runham said: "After the smoke and flames had died down he was seen to jump back into the hole to get his hacksaw and then run off.
The firefighters tried to cut the metal with a hacksaw, a chisel and a circular saw.
Product Sub-Category : Power hacksaw blade, drill bits
WITH REFERENCE TO MEL GIBSON'S HACKSAW RIDGE, WHICH DRAMATISES THE REAL-LIFE HEROISM OF AMERICAN MEDIC DESMOND DOSS, ELIZABETH FLUX INVESTIGATES THE ENDURING APPEAL--AND ETHICAL AMBIVALENCE--OF THE SUBGENRE.
Convicted drug dealer Shaun Ballard, 27, allegedly tried to escape by sawing through bars with a smuggled hacksaw at Dumfries jail along with cellmate Russell Snowdon, 41, on March 26.
His latest girlfriend, with him on the red carpet for the premiere of his new movie Hacksaw Ridge, is Rosalind Ross, a former equestrian vaulter - that's gymnastics on horseback, who is 34 years his junior and pregnant with their first child - and Mel's ninth.
Another important point to consider is the hacksaw blade.
Chainsaw lives at Bering's Bissonnet Street location, and he has a counterpart named Hacksaw at the business's Westheimer Road store.
Craig O'Brien, 37, was passing by as a gang of youths used a hacksaw to get into the unit in Grove Hill, Middlesbrough.
A crew from Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service first used a hacksaw to cut away half the seat.
At one point the 32-year-old held a hacksaw and implied that he would chop their heads off.