Bury the Hatchet


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A flippant term for accidentally leaving a surgical instrument behind in a patient
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Saturday's webcast will be in support of the band's fourth album, Bury the Hatchet, released April 27.
Shared concern over rising water bills helped persuade Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams to bury the hatchet, and not in each other's skull.
But now, for the first time since the 1300s, two warring clans have decided to bury the hatchet.
But Damon Albarn still won't bury the hatchet with Noel Gallagher, even though he gets on "famously" with his brother Liam.
But the former boxer, who plans to sue Catherine and the Sunday paper which carried her allegations, said: "I'll bury the hatchet if she leaves me alone.
MATT Willis plans to bury the hatchet with his former Busted bandmate Charlie Simpson.
In other words, bury the hatchet, but not in Clinton's head.
The Liverpool and England skipper wanted to bury the hatchet for posing in a Manchester United shirt in 1979, while he was still a Hammers player.