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jackhammer

[′jak‚ham·ər]
(mining engineering)

jackhammer

1. An airhammer.
2.A hand-operated, pneumatic, rock drill.
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Along with the noise of hover mowers, drills, jackhammers, strimmers, hammers knocking fences into shape and the rest.
I mentioned that I had been too long on the jackhammer.
Malone's Infinite Loop comes down, with all the subtlety of a jackhammer, in the latter camp.
The SLPRO2-LVD ships with the legendary JackHammer PCI to LVD host adapter and performance-driven RAIDWare array management software.
A country that would rather have a high-speed tape editing system and a faster modem than a toilet seat you can replace without needing a jackhammer is a country that doesn't deserve to have any grommets.
Among the new products exhibited will be the Nova, a high frequency pneumatic jackhammer drill with independent rotation airmotor and gearbox.
But just then, traffic horns blare, a helicopter hovers overhead, and some guy with a jackhammer is tearing up the road beside you.
The following day, forensics and homicide investigators arrived at the site and discovered the skeletons after breaking the block apart using a jackhammer.
Saturday The Third Door, Edinburgh Jackhammer Easter Weekender The second night of Jackhammer's techno extravaganza sees a live set from Radioactiveman with support from Stephen Brown and regulars Wolfjazz, Keyte and Hammy.
The surest way to decide whether to use a sledgehammer or a jackhammer is to experiment a few days before you begin full-scale demolition.
Includes 90 dumpsters, 2004 PC 78 Komatsu trackhoe, 2005 New Holland Skidsteer w/bucket & set of grapples, a jackhammer for the New Holland, 2 - 2006 Peterbilts w/less than 78k miles, one trailer.
The sheer force of Destroy Everything, To The Threshold and Live For This were like being hit by a jackhammer.