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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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They wear protective vests, carry pepper spray and radios, along with keys and pry bars.
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The System eliminates the use of pry bars and reduces injuries caused by the handling of these heavy covers.
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The usual reason that happens is most pry bars can't reach far enough under the boards to pull them up intact.
Using screwdrivers and pry bars, the two men allegedly opened the front door to the cell phone business, which had a Bank of America ATM kiosk attached.