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mallet

(mal′ĕt)
1. In dentistry, a hammer-like tool to condense direct filling gold.
2. In orthopedics, a small hammer.
3. Malleus.
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But a Scots hopeful who has had to endure training on a squash court with a rubber hammer is out to change that perception and do for her discipline what Jonathan Edwards did for the triple jump.
"The music was deafening, the bass thudding out like someone was hitting me on the back of the head with a rubber hammer. And the girls on stage demonstrating various artistic dance poses appeared so discomfited by the heat that they were forced to remove most of their clothing - in some cases, all of it.
If you find any that seem decidedly wobbly, tap them apart with a rubber hammer to prevent the furniture from getting marked.
WHEN guests come to Edward Atkins' home in Ansty Road, Wyken,Coventry, Billy greets them with a rubber hammer and hits their feet until they play with him.
on March 17, Sakamoto killed Khanittha Sinchoo, 25, with whom he had intimate relations, at her home in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture, hitting her head several times with a rubber hammer and later suffocating her, the ruling said.
Next you need a non-metallic hammer, like a leather or wooden mallet or a weighted rubber hammer. Don't use a metal hammer of any sort to pound a slug into a barrel!