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pickaxe

(US), pickax
a large pick or mattock
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Dave Kelly revealed that the pick-axe used in the drama is the actual one he used in real life.
BOOKIES will have taken one look at the opening Premier League fixtures and launched a pick-axe in the direction of the computer that picked them.
I have lost count of the times I have seen a group of five or six workers standing around, while one guy labours away with one pick-axe or tiny shovel to dig a hole in the ground.
Griffiths, wielding a pick-axe handle, was standing five feet from him.
Bowling, 22, battered devout Christian Mr Greaves around the head with a pick-axe handle as the pensioner walked to play the organ for Midnight Mass at St Saviour's Church in High Green, Sheffield, on December 24 last year.
TWO men were heard laughing after they battered a church organist to death with a pick-axe handle on Christmas Eve, prosecutors have told a jury.
They wielded pick-axe handles and cricket bats to demonstrate the strength of the Safevent security windows that the plant will make especially for the secure hospitals sector.
Ian had fallen asleep at a party in 2002 when he was hit over the head with a pick-axe handle and the room set alight.
A Midland couple were tied up by masked robbers wielding a crow bar and pick-axe in a raid on their home for thousands of pounds worth of jewellery.
A TERRIFIED Midland couple were tied up by masked robbers wielding a crowbar and pick-axe who took thousands of pounds-worth of jewellery from their home.
As far as the superbug was concerned, I was pretty much out of it and they pumped me full of antibiotics, but I used to wake up feeling like somebody was sitting on my chest with a pick-axe.
He rammed Sunderland FC community officer Mr Oates' BMW with his Ford Sierra before chasing him down the street with a pick-axe handle.