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ice pick

[′īs ‚pik]
(design engineering)
A hand tool for chipping ice.
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There, she parked up and stabbed him in one eye with an ice pick, then choked him with a cord.
She uses ice picks to poke holes in the lids, because the book binder awls she once worked with were stolen.
Making an incision using the X-Acto and/or ice pick, create a hole on both sides of the bottle just big enough fur the dowel to slide through without leaving room for the birdseed to spill out.
BASIC INSTINCT 2: RISK ADDICTION: For everyone who wants to see Sharon Stone drop her drawers and pick up an ice pick again.
Using a test swatch of four layers of untreated Kevlar--the normal thickness of body armor--Wetzel is able to stab an ice pick through the fabric.
The teen was carrying a butcher's knife, a kitchen knife, a stun gun and an ice pick as well as a hammer.
ICE Pick Willie is appearing at 8pm on Friday in the Daisy Hill.
About 10 percent of the violent victimizations involved a firearm; about 6 percent were committed with a knife or other sharp object such as scissors, ice pick or broken bottle; 4 percent occurred with blunt objects such as a brick, bat or bottle; and 5 percent were committed with unspecified/other objects used as weapons.
Obviously not one to indulge in self-pity, one of Chubby's favorite stunts was to stage a mock verbal battle in a bar, which would end by having his "adversary" jam a conveniently handy ice pick into Chubby's artificial leg
19-23; writing about such organizations, Pegler notes that they were "known as an ice-pick or razor blade union because it was noticed that the tires of cars which were parked in non-union garages came down of ice pick punctures in their tires and of razor slashes in their upholstery.
Get Mom to use an ice pick or other sharp object to puncture the fabric at the screw holes, and re-attach lid to chest.