Recent Examples of blowtorch from the Web
Fight to Stop the Dakota Access Oil Line Revived in Court Those acts, according to the lawsuit, included the burning of construction equipment and use of blowtorches to cut holes in parts of the pipeline.
A blowtorch was used to melt the seams together to create a seamless pie, and the 700-degree oven moved at a pace of 17 feet a minute.
Inside the van, police found two blowtorches as well as what appeared to be 13 Molotov cocktails made from wine bottles and a possible flammable liquid.
Using a blowtorch, lightly char the top of the rosettes.
Officers found the van with the driver and also found a blowtorch.
The music chugs with double-kick galore, machine-gun sixteenth notes on biting guitars and vocals that are like the sound of a gruff blowtorch.
Mr. Reider could be seen padding through the nearby kitchen in Gucci loafers, murmuring to Omri Silberstein, the young chef and the only staff member, or burning a wheel of butternut squash with a blowtorch.
The skin on the catfish is puffed and crisped, as if it were cooked alive with a blowtorch, then served in a shallow puddle of deeply soulful broth that’s been spiked with lip-puckering tamarind.
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Definition of blowtorch for English Language Learners
: a device that produces a very hot, narrow flame for doing work (such as melting metal to join pipes together)
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