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The screwdrivers have maintenance operations, electronics, electrical engineering, construction and residential applications.
He is described as white, in his late 20s, and wearing a grey/green scarf across his face and dark clothes, entered the store brandishing a screwdriver.
He followed Stewart, 38, of Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, to Airdrie and stabbed him in the street with a 6in screwdriver bit.
A few shopping tips: It can be tempting to buy a screwdriver set that lets you switch out the tips, but avoid these, as their shaft is wider and may not be narrow enough to reach recessed screws.
He allegedly got into a heated argument with his victim, aged 19, in a shopping mall in Hamad Town on January 26 last year, before stabbing him in the eye with a screwdriver.
It's not a screwdriver by any definition but it does open up possibilities.
Then he asked the gamblers to pay Dh100 each and let the belt unroll and the gambler would get back his money plus Dh100 if the screwdriver gets stuck in the belt.
Mr Berry, who suffered wounds to his chest and groin, later died in hospital from a flesh-eating infection related to the latter injury - thought to have been caused by a blackhandled screwdriver.
On my way home from work, I had bought a hammer, and a ratchet screwdriver in a handy, clear, plastic box, which included a selection of heads.
We get underneath and release the latch with a screwdriver so we can repair the thing.
the Screwdriver 3, has been developed by James Adkison, Jr.