Some articles on jaws, jaw:
... Regular pliers with small small jaws could be used to set a tooth ... is usually adjustable and rests against the saw blade as the jaws bend the tooth ... Depending on the style, the tooth is either gripped first in the jaws and then bent or the saw set is aligned to the tooth and the jaws closed ...
... The jaws are set to a size slightly smaller than what is to be gripped by turning the bolt in one handle with the jaws closed ... When the jaws are opened and the handles squeezed together, they move a lever over its center point and lock the jaw of the pliers onto the gripped object ...
... Jaws Jaws 2 Jaws 3-D Jaws The Revenge Jock the Hero Dog The Jungle Book (1967) (animals of the jungles in India) The Jungle Book 2 (animated) Jurassic Park Jurassic Park II Jurassic Park III ...
... actor, who played a fictional character called "Jaws" in the James Bond films The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979) Colin Lloyd, English darts player Darrell Waltrip, American race car driver ...
... Shark Jaws is a 1 player arcade game by Atari Inc ... An unlicensed tie-in to the movie Jaws, it was created to do a game about sharks eating people ... Atari head Nolan Bushnell originally tried to license the Jaws name for the game, but was unable to secure a license from Universal Pictures ...
Famous quotes containing the word jaws:
“In Russia there is an emigration of intelligence: émigrés cross the frontier in order to read and to write good books. But in doing so they contribute to making their fatherland, abandoned by spirit, into the gaping jaws of Asia that would like to swallow our little Europe.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Swift as a shadow, short as any dream,
Brief as the lightning in the collied night,
That in a spleen unfolds both heaven and earth,
And, ere a man hath power to say Behold!
The jaws of darkness do devour it up.
So quick bright things come to confusion.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The sweetest joys of life grow in the very jaws of its perils.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)