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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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Mr Robson said: "One man saw him hit him over the head two to three times and heard three loud cracks as the mallet made contact with his skull.
Mallets seemed cluttered with a lot of conflicting lines.
Throughout, Mallet tempers his observation with expert opinion on the region's pressing health issues.
There are few reports regarding dorsal extension block pinning for treating chronic bony mallet fingers.
'He still comes for the premieres and is very available for that,' Mallet added.
Throughout his career, Mallet has overseen acquisitions and integrations as well as turnarounds of plants and businesses.
9 August 2016 - US-based investment firm ICV Partners, LLC has completed the sale of US-based specialty food ingredient maker Mallet and Co., Inc., to The Jordan Co, L.P.'s Vantage Specialty Chemicals, Inc portfolio company, the firm said.
ICV Partners, LLC (ICV) has completed the sale of its portfolio company Mallet & Company, Inc.
Famed for brandishing a pink foam mallet for a game called Mallett's Mallet, he also had a number one hit with Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, and still travels the UK performing.
Imagine wielding a mallet to capture a speeding ball while holding handlebars, balanced on a bike you're pedaling rapidly with five other players circling around you.
A regulation match consists of four eight-minute quarters, known in polo as "chukkers." [euro]e ball can be struck with the mallet or any part of a player's body ORSEGWAY but may only be directed using the mallet.