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Making large (wider than 1/2") holes in wood is called ______.
Boring.
Nailing.
Drilling.
Screwing.
Detailed Explanation
When making large holes with a diameter greater than 1/2 inch, a process called boring is often used. Boring is a technique that enlarges or creates holes in materials, typically using specialized tools such as hole saws or auger bits.
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