Bury the Hatchet


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A flippant term for accidentally leaving a surgical instrument behind in a patient
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But,if Steven Morgan is ready to invest major money in Liverpool Football Club, then he and Moores should bury the hatchet, sit down together and talk.
The former green army manager tried to bury the hatchet with the Manchester United skipper in an astonishing interview on The Late Late Sho (RTE).
Cash-strapped Fergie has made a desperate bid to bury the hatchet with the Queen.
The pair met in London the week before last to bury the hatchet after numerous verbal spats.
Scott plucks up the courage to tell Annalise how he really feels, Barney realises it's time to bury the hatchet with his parents, and the fraught relations between Mercedes and Jacqui reach an all-time low.
He gave the clearest indication yet that Damon Albarn and co will bury the hatchet and team up again.
Despite the bad feeling between the Nationwide chairman and ITV Digital chiefs, the League are prepared to bury the hatchet.
AUSSIE Troy Corser is poised to bury the hatchet and join "King" Carl Fogarty in a bid to rule the world of Superbike racing.
Club Med, next time, let's settle this like mature adults and find a civilized way to bury the hatchet.