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claw hammer

[′klȯ ‚ham·ər]
(design engineering)
A woodworking hammer with a flat working surface and a claw to pull nails.

claw hammer

A carpenter’s hammer with a flat striking face; the other end of the head is curved, and divided into two claws for pulling nails.
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Sami's barrister, Lynette McClement, said her client had jumped on the bus to escape two men who were trying to attack him with a claw hammer and knife.
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He ran at the woman and swung what looked like a claw hammer WITNESS ON DUBLIN ASSAULT
Sporting swollen knuckles, Thompson confessed he punched the older man then returned with the claw hammer.
Each woman was struck repeatedly to the head by a man wielding a claw hammer -- their skulls fracturing and splintering under the onslaught," he said.
He carried a claw hammer in the robbery attempt and is accused of repeatedly hitting them, inflicting life-threatening injuries on the sisters.
murdered his wife Ridda Zanab, right, Ridda Zanab, right, with a claw hammer with a claw hammer
30am, the recording showed him in a struggle with his attacker, who pulled a knife from his bag before taking out a claw hammer and striking the father-of-three on the head.
One man got out and threatened her with a wooden-handled weapon, believed to be a claw hammer, and made off with her handbag.
You broke into their home after dusk and, armed with a claw hammer and a knife you bludgeoned and stabbed them both to death.
who knows, maybe we'll do a story on claw hammers too.
CLAW HAMMER Test the grip before you buy as you want one which feels comfy in your hand.