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1) Awl. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
..."I ll pack up my awls and be gone," i.e. all my goods. The play is on awl and all. 1...

2) needle. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...sewing and in various forms of needlework and manufacturing. The earliest needles were merely awls or punches. Stone, bone, ivory, and thorns, with or without an...

3) drill, tool. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...holes. In its early form it was a thorn or a tool of bone or chipped flint; many prehistoric awls of flint have been found. The gimlet, which consists of a cross...

4) Eskimo. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...breeches, mittens, snow goggles, and boots. Finely crafted items such as needles, combs, awls, figurines, and decorative carvings on weapons were executed with the...

5) Act II. Scene III. Dekker, Thomas. 1909-14. The Shoemaker's Holiday. The Harvard Classics
...you all your tools, a good rubbing-pin, a good stopper, a good dresser, your four sorts of awls, and your two balls of wax, your paring knife, your hand- and thumb-leathers,...

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