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Finish the common woodworking expression: “Measure ____, cut once.”

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Retry Correct Incorrect This is a good lesson to learn! “Measure twice and cut once” means that you should always double-check your measurements before cutting a piece of wood. Skipping this step could lead to wasted time and materials if you’re forced to cut a second piece of wood due to a measuring mistake.
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Finish the common woodworking expression: “Measure ____, cut once.”

  • Carefully
  • Twice
  • Once
  • Not
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