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Allen wrench

[′al·ən ‚rench]
(design engineering)
A wrench made from a straight or bent hexagonal rod, used to turn an Allen screw.

Allen wrench

Allen wrench
A wrench for Allen head screws; a steel bar, hexagonal in shape, which is bent to form a right angle.
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This case is unusual and interesting for three reasons; first, the foreign body itself, a whole Allen key, is the first in the literature to our knowledge; second, it also draws attention to the causing form of trauma, a girl in vehicle having Allen key in her hand that was preventable cause; third, our aim is to emphasise choosing simpler radiological methods rather than complicated ones.
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He decided to send the paramedics back to the flat for Scott's Allen keys - until hospital handyman Mark Tasker walked passed the A&E bay where he was being treated.
And where was the allen key? I lay on my back on the floor, gazed at the ceiling and said: "Thank you, God." Another faulty bed that needed a repair.
I unwrapped several odd lengths of wood, a large bag of hexagonal screws, regular screws and an Allen key, and located the book of rules.
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The pair were photographed as they casually unlocked 15 devices with what appeared to be a simple allen key. They stole up to pounds 1,000 in the astonishing 20 minute spree.
But at least customers don't have to build their own cars with an Allen key.