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This is a subject that people tend to have pretty strong opinions about, so please don’t think I’m so insane as to attempt a detailed stacking guide for Outside, only to have the woodsmansplainers bust out their hatchets.
In a room on the right, Mono finds a hatchet that’s just about as long as he is tall.
At the Sussex County Courthouse in Georgetown, political rivals literally bury the hatchet.
Prosecutors claim that Silento walked into a stranger’s home in Los Angeles that was unlocked on Saturday and then began swinging a hatchet at two people.
The formation of an axe or hatchet, however crude it may have been, would naturally lead to another step in advance.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
He had the hatchet face of the clever Yankee, alert, sharply defined, with a high-bridged and rather bold English nose.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
To be sure, he might kill the dog with the hatchet, but such butchery was repugnant to him, and he quickly dismissed the idea.
It is not rare to find in primitive submarine formations these singular kinds of passages, which seem cut out with a hatchet.
The planking had been sawed, the timber cut with the hatchet, the ironwork with a file, the sheathing with the chisel.
As the oars were fastened to the sides of the boat, some one asked for a knife or hatchet, with which to cut them loose.

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