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  • Wall Street awaits the prosecutorial hammer's probable drop.

    Goldman Sachs' Morality Play

  • But once the hammer's down you do take stock slightly and think, 'Oh, wow, that's really rather a lot of money,' said Bainbridge, whose $13.9 million buyer's premium is included in the sale price.

    Family's old Chinese vase fetches $83 million in auction

  • I have a friend, D'Lynn Smith, who will have a horror story published soon that's written from a hammer's point of view.

    March 2008

  • Rhaegar's armor, crust with rubies, crushed beneath a hammer's blow.

    APED: "battle of the trident"

  • It's like fighting over what your hammer's handle should be made of.

    Could a word processor kill an otherwise productive collaboration?

  • Ahahahah.... through this doubling and the resultant difference of effects, Gazira holds us responsible for the violence of signs, the affect of the impact, the effect of the hammer's extancy, the volition of the swing, and the complicity to the hammer and its function.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Rather, the hammer's usefulness, its value as a hammer, appears simply to belong to it in the same way that its weight or color does.

    Existentialism

  • Something as direct and sudden as a hammer's blow.

    Renegade's Magic

  • He crouched and fumbled at the straps upon Ranzell's chest for a few moments before pulling the straps free that served as the hammer's harness.

    Darkness of the Light

  • If he hits Superman with the hammer's lightest magic zap ray, Superman is out.

    Thor vs Superman - who ya got?

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