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One suffragist, Mary Richardson, slashed a painting at the National Gallery in London with a meat cleaver.
But the Pats, like a movie killer with a meat cleaver, are hard to put down.
Among the tools implemented: tweezers, steak knives, power drills, saws, and a meat cleaver.
The alabaster sphere of cheese comes on a ceramic platter with a little cleaver for spreading everything on crunchy crostini rounds.
On June 5, just a few weeks ago, the deceased singer's 15-year-old daughter was hospitalized after attempting suicide with a meat cleaver.
Even though his parents worked in the restaurant industry, their Millbrae kitchen has just two cleavers and some pots and pans.
Stalls overflowed with graphic evidence of the morning’s brisk trade: boiled bird carcasses, bloodied cleavers, clumps of feathers, poultry organs.
Source: Jayson Home brass cheese cleaver, $45, jaysonhome.com. 1.
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