Bricks left projecting at the end of a wall for the purpose of building on an addition thereto.
A plane in which the iron has a serrated edge and is placed upright.
It is used for scoring surfaces which are to be veneered.
The scoring helps the bond of the glue.
The tourniquet, or lever toothdrawer.
A large, anchored fishing-net.
Agathocles was poisoned by a medicated toothpick handed him after dinner, 289 B. C.
The toth-gare of the Anglo-Saxons.
Made anciently, as now, of silver, wood, quill, and what not.
Magnetic toothpicks were made at the end of the seventeenth century.
Apuleius recommended charcoal; camphorated chalk is good.
See dental plugger, page 686; plugger, pages 1749, 1750.
The dental saw is a fine framesaw, used for cutting off the natural teeth for the attachment of pivot teeth; for sawing between the teeth; or