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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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It's a bad idea to carry a big pry bar in prison," he said.
Unlike standard mold-opening methods that involve prying the mold open with metal pry bars or screwdrivers, the tongs move vertically rather than laterally, avoiding damage to the mold.
Swinging hammers and wielding pry bars, the owners and their friends had little time to socialize.
Vaughan bushnell - b215l - pry bars tool type: pry bar overall length (inch): 21.
Crescent's Code Red pry bar has adjustable jaws that allow it to do things other pry bars can't.
In addition, the duffel bag contained pry bars and screwdrivers, which police allege the suspect used to break into homes.
The System eliminates the use of pry bars and reduces injuries caused by the handling of these heavy covers.
Two medium-sized pry bars will help you remove the PTO pulley--the Cub Cadet manual suggests two large screwdrivers.
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.
It is believed Forbes was looking for quartz, agates and petrified wood, and had been working in the area of a large rock face embankment with sledge hammers and pry bars.
At first, I wasn't crazy about losing the extra nail puller on the flat end of the bar, but then I recalled that most of the nail pullers on my old pry bars were rendered useless by being used as a chisel.