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A hammer having a cutting peen at one end and a flat striking face at the other; used in preparing stone for finer tool work.
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The look of sheer exultation on the 19-year-old's face hammered
home the significance of the occasion.
Gold was as surprised as anyone at Butt's conduct a fortnight ago when he went home from the team hotel after learning he had been left out of the team to face Hammers
at Upton Park.
Following last week's bitter home defeat by Arsenal Gray announced that at least two new men would be available to face Hammers
- but he's still waiting for the deals to be completed.