working end

working end,

n the section of an instrument that is used to accomplish the task for which the instrument is intended. A working end may be sharp (a blade) or dull (a nib).
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Raffles had the working end of his jimmy under the lid of a leathern jewel case.
We tend to take cuts at the working end of the stick instead of at the oversight and bureaucratic end of the stick.
However, showing them the working end of an old fashioned birch will.
The working end of the house is behind double doors from the hall and comprises quarry-tiled flooring, under-stairs cupboard and cloakroom with lavatory.
When rushed, technicians may be tempted to use a brass rod to remove cavities and inserts without taking a few minutes to properly size the working end on a lathe.
At the working end, the reducer unit has a male quad-lead thread mount for attaching cutters without the need for an intermediate arbor.
Software engineers can use the same programming and debugging environment throughout the entire process, from the C model all the way to the working end product.
This is the working end of the season to get into Europe, and clubs like Newcastle, who are near the bottom, will be full of fight,'' Logan said.
Tony Knowles recently dedicated the remainder of his term to building up state efforts to develop Alaska's wealth of natural gas and said Alaskans can be on the working end of breaking ground to a natural gas pipeline in the next two years.
As the explorer is passed lightly over the texture pads, the user recognizes the difference in vibrations made by the working end of the explorer, simulating the feel of dental calculus.
The collection includes cutters, pliers, tweezers and a distal cinch back hand instrument, ail featuring a slimmer working end.
Its working end is able to be articulated 90 degrees in any direction, with good depth of field and optical quality image.