pry bar


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pry bar

A heavy steel bar, pointed at one end and shaped like a chisel at the other end; used for prying.
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Sheppard contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Sheppard Fencing Pry Bar to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
But court documents in that lawsuit, filed in Amarillo, show that a correctional officer testified that the inmate was restrained to prevent him from obtaining a pry bar from another officer.
If you live in an area that is frequently prone to flooding, stockpile emergency building materials, including plywood, plastic sheeting, lumber nails, hammer and saw, pry bar, shovels, and sandbags.
He's the abalone that you need a pry bar to get off the back rail.
If you have something like a pry bar, it's much safer to use it instead of your shotgun.
I ordered him to drop to the ground and handcuffed him, and only later in the snow did we find the 18-inch pry bar that matched the marks where the rear door had been pried open," Sgt.
THEN USE A PRY BAR FOR LEVERAGE TO MOVE THE OTHER SIDE INTO PLACE.
As fall hardens into winter, he stashes his kites and harness in his truck and takes to carrying a big steel pry bar everywhere he goes.
Shrewsbury police had a person in custody with two empty kegs and liquor bottles from the club, along with a pry bar and a hack saw.
Surveillance video showed two masked men using a pry bar and a tire iron trying to access the money inside the machine.
On April 9, while trying to get carbon off an electricity pole with a pry bar, he fell into the pot behind him.