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About: Time to cut some firewood, grab the chainsaw featured in this new puzzle and give us a hand! If you didn't know, a chainsaw is a portable saw that cuts with a set of teeth attached to a rotating chain driven along a guide bar. It can be powered by a small gasoline engine or a small electric motor. Chainsaws are used in activities like tree felling, limbing, bucking, pruning, cutting firebreaks and harvesting of firewood. Specialized chainsaws are also used to cut other materials (like stone, concrete, and brick) during construction activities. These use similar chains to ordinary chainsaws, but with cutting edges embedded with diamond grit.
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