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mallet

n. a police officer. Sam was struck by a mallet this noon.
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Meantime the giant continued to raise his iron mallet high in the air and to strike the path terrific blows that echoed through the mountains like the roar of a cannon.
So Ozma clung fast to the mane, and the lion crouched in the path and eyed the swinging mallet carefully until he knew just the instant it would begin to rise in the air.
Then, before anyone thought he was ready, he made a sudden leap straight between the iron giant's legs, and before the mallet struck the ground again the Lion and Ozma were safe on the other side.
"I'm tired out, and won't pass under that mallet again."
Willarski coughed, he was answered by the Masonic knock with mallets, the doors opened before them.
Hammertoes and mallet toes both result from abnormalities in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments that keep the toes straight.
Ernest Patrick Mallet, following a distress call to his phone about the incident, sped to Kpeve where he sweated to calm the youth down to temper mercy with justice, and got the police to go to the rescue of Bani Kafui Liberty, 56.
The Bond Stars page on Facebook said: "We must share the sad news Tania Mallet has passed away.
Mallet, who is the cousin of fellow actress Dame Helen Mirren, started her career as a teenage model and went on to become one of the most famous faces of the 1950s and '60s.
When Quinn spotted the victim during a night out, he battered him over the head with the mallet.
Bratislava: A banker robber armed with a meat mallet and a knife has been arrested in Slovakia after holding an employee hostage and demanding police order him a pizza, according to local media.
I eventually got used to the look and balance of mallet putters, and my putting is all the better for it.
"This project sets the standards for the whole electrical bus" industry, Mallet told AFP at the launch at Schiphol airport.
* 'Where is this going?' That is the question at the heart of River of Life, River of Death, as author Victor Mallet travels the length of the Ganges.
Seven patients with chronic bony mallet fingers were treated by dorsal extension block pinning with percutaneous curettage.