The second tool is the larger veiner
, which is used to retrace the areas already cut out with the small veiner
In Medicine Hat, where a Jewish resident, Harry Veiner
, served as mayor for most of the years between 1952 and 1974, the Sons of Abraham synagogue closed and was eventually sold in 1999.
(33.) Mansfield ES, Veiner
M, Enad S, Baker DL, Rappaport E, Fortina P.
The basic tools are spacers, used to set the distance between the lines of the work, single line cutters to deepen the lines, and an invaluable little gem called a veiner, which is a V-shaped cutter used for just about everything that the others won't do.
Another useful tool is a good scribe for laying out a pattern before actually cutting it with a veiner or single-line cutter.
I then take a very narrow "V" chisel called a veiner
and go over this line of holes and cut the outline of my pattern into the stock.
Moore was torpedoed into the Polytrack when his mount Vlasta Veiner
came off worse in some early scrimmaging in the opening 6f handicap, which resulted in the Milton Bradley-trained seven-year-old clipping heels and stumbling.
How to "clean out" checkering with a single-line checkering tool, a riffler and a veiner
are some good techniques that may be included in this process.
If I felt I was losing control of the cutter and in danger of overcutting a border, I would switch to the 90-degree Dem-Bart veiner
. By placing it in the bottom of the line being cut and moving it forward to touch the border, the risk of damage was eliminated.
The man was far from a doormat--"Duff's veiners
," or blowups, were in fact legendary--and he must have longed to crack their skulls together, but he kept his temper for the sake of Anglo-French rapprochement.
Now this renaming of the old rust bucket brought on a spate of blue veiners
amongst even the most senior male members of HSS, many of whom had owned Rover 2000s before trading down after retirement.