The schoolboy had admitted picking up the foot-long monkey wrench
and tapping Jones on the leg with it, but it had eventually been used on him.
The teenager then picked up a one-foot long monkey wrench
and tapped Jones on the leg with it.
Of course, there were those Nervous Nellies who insisted on pointing out that the economy is still shaky and that the "geopolitical situation" (a euphemism for war on Iraq) might throw a monkey wrench
Better that than pay pounds 45 an hour for some lying, cheating, useless wassock who claims to be a plumber, but wouldn't know a monkey wrench
from a hole in the ground.
If I can't scare cash from the ashen crew, this monkey wrench
has scratch to back my business.
Now any board can launch an arbitrary attack and monkey wrench
you back to the table.
I became interested in thinkdesign after trying out the company's video game-based learning tutorial, The Monkey Wrench
Conspiracy, and a demo CD of thinkdesign.
The exception is a relatively stolid institutional scene, into which the UCLA Hammer Museum, long a venue for sprawling, mostly so-so group shows, has unexpectedly thrown a monkey wrench
As has happened elsewhere in Latin America in recent years, the birth pangs of emerging democracy threw a monkey wrench
into the plans of a foreign company.
Just as importantly, these efforts have thrown a monkey wrench
into Pat Robertson's political machine.
Fortunately for physicians, we finally have a 21st century monkey wrench
in the form of hand-held computers.
Sometimes--in the throes of an Expo In Print deadline when advertorial materials are late and eleventh hour requests for "minor" changes throw a monkey wrench
into plans to leave the office while it's still light outside--it's hard to remember the reasons we're here.