The bone is easily penetrated by a bradawl, and if an attempt is made to apply plates, the screws fail to bite.
He waved his hand deprecatingly, the bradawl used for his work in it.
It is a bradawl, and its handle bears the name of Grandidier, which is that of a man who keeps some well-known metal works.
Holes can be made in the centre with a bradawl and enlarged with a round file.
Around the cell are a number of small holes, looking as if they had been bored with a bradawl.
Care must be taken to bore for the nails with a bradawl, as nothing looks worse than splits in the work.
Mr bradawl had a pretty tough job of it, for the oak was hard.
Very small rockets, 2⁄8, are made for children; they are rammed solid, and a hole is pushed up them with a bradawl.
Through the balancing point G a bradawl is stuck, and on that as pivot the whole readily revolves.
The body wire (having no loops) can be pushed in at the head through a hole previously made with a bradawl.