pliers

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pliers

[′plī·ərz]
(design engineering)
A small instrument with two handles and two grasping jaws, usually long and roughened, working on a pivot; used for holding small objects and cutting, bending, and shaping wire.

pliers

A hand tool, pincer-like, with scissors action, usually with serrated jaws; used for gripping, holding, bending, and cutting.
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Burglars used mole grip type implement to snap cylinder lock.
They found him to be in possession of mole grips and a screwdriver.
Sometimes the heads just break off and on others you have to set to work with a hammer and Mole grips.
He had mole grips applied to his testicles, his pubic hair was set alight and he was made to drink his urine.