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Question 1: Drills are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, construction and most "________" projects.
Craft (magazine)Do it yourselfDIY ethicPunk subculture

Question 2: For ________ use or to drill holes less than 13 mm (1/2 inch) in size, the hammer drill is most commonly used.
DIY ethicPunk subcultureDo it yourselfCraft (magazine)

Question 3: Speed change is achieved by manually moving a belt across a stepped ________ arrangement.
Crane (machine)Simple machinePulleyForce

Question 4: A drill (from Dutch: drillen) or drill motor is a tool fitted with a rotating cutting tool, usually a ________, used for drilling holes in various materials.
Drill bitMachine toolGrinding machineLathe

Question 5: It was powered by various power sources over the centuries, such as human effort, water wheels, and ________, often with the use of belts.
Wind farmWind turbineWind powerWindmill

Question 6: An oil well, water well, or holes for ________ are created with large drill rigs up to a hundred feet high.
Geothermal heatingGeothermal heat pumpGeothermal electricityGeothermal power

Question 7: Some machine shop (tool room) drill presses are equipped with a ________, giving a wide speed range, as well as the ability to change speed while the machine is running.
Derailleur gearsHub gearContinuously variable transmissionTransmission (mechanics)

Question 8: With the coming of the ________ in the late 19th century, there was a great rush to power machine tools with such motors, and drills were among them.
AC motorElectrical generatorInduction motorElectric motor

Question 9: ________, a small hand-held jewellers drill
Angle grinderChuck (engineering)MetalworkingDrill bit

Question 10: ________ are used to bore holes in the earth to obtain water or oil.
Oil wellDrilling rigDrilling fluidMining

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