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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.

mallet,

n a hammering instrument.
mallet, hard,
n a small hammer with a leather-, rubber-, fiber-, or metal-faced head; used to supply force or to supplement hand force for the compaction of foil or amalgam and to seat cast restorations.

mallet

a heavy-headed surgical instrument used for driving a bone chisel.

Kirk mallet
a mallet with a solid bronze head.
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Mallets offer higher MOI, more intricate alignment schemes and a lower center of gravity-all of which should help make mallets easier with which to putt.
Splint usage is believed to be effective in the treatment of minimally displaced or soft-tissue mallet finger; however, if there is more than 3 mm excursion of the extensor tendon, extensor lag or bump formation at the dorsal part of the finger can be seen as complications (1, 4-7).
Dempsey, "Current concepts: mallet finger," Hand, vol.
While grass-court bicycle polo is played under the watchful eyes of an umpire, with elaborate rules for penalty shots at various distances and strong proscriptions against everything from hooking mallets to zigzagging in front of opponents, hardcourt rules--though indeed codified through countless hardcourt tournaments and championships globally--are much fewer, and fewer still in pick-up games and ad-hock leagues forming among bike enthusiasts in today's cities.
In a footnote, Boswell added: 'The Critical Review, in which Mallet himself sometimes wrote, characterised this pamphlet as "the crude efforts of envy, petulance, and self-conceit".
Mallet is even cautious about India's so-called demographic advantage.
Self-employed Mallet yesterday admitted careless driving, reduced from dangerous driving.
However, Mallet said that unlike Max Walker, whose approach to the crease was a tangle-footed display of arms and legs going in all directions, Agar moves in rhythmically and his whole approach and energy through the crease appears to be the most natural thing in the world for him.
NOW LET'S HAMMER OUT THE DETAILS ON TYPES OF HAMMERS AND MALLETS YOU'LL FIND IN YOUR TOOL BOX.
Additional balls can be purchased in sets of four and additional mallets are available individually or in sets of four.
Mr Mellor has launched a search for the trowel and mallet to coincide with Meltham Baptist Church's 200th anniversary celebrations this year.
Mallet had bought a house at the head of a valley running down to the shore; here he would create a wonderful garden full of hydrangeas and rhododendrons (Gertude Jekyll would later send him ideas for laying out the 'spring shrub garden').