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The autopsy commissioned by Benjamin Crump, the Clark family lawyer, is a direct challenge to the hammerlock local authorities have on the flow of information related to the investigations of officer involved shootings.
The hammerlock that the National Rifle Association has on American politics and culture is the problem.
In UVa's regional is Cincinnati, which owns the No. 2 seed in the South Regional , and routinely puts a hammerlock on the opposition's scorers.
His 1-22 record with the Browns is like someone has a hammerlock on his head and squeezes harder after each loss.
Republicans, who for more than a century were held in a hammerlock by Democrats in charge of the state’s legislature, defended the moves under the principle that turnabout is fair play.
The show embraces the inherent camp value of its subject and era with frosted lipstick, hammerlocks and even glimpses of a Thomas Guide.
Or would the lethargic Lightning make a third consecutive appearance and allow the Penguins to embarrass them once again and put a hammerlock on these Eastern Conference finals?
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