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Moby Dick
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  • "See you this?" and withdrawing it from the folds that had hidden it, he held up a white arm of sperm whale bone, terminating in a wooden head like a mallet.
  • But the caulking mallet is full of it.
  • This wooden mallet is the cork, and I’m the professor of musical glasses—tap, tap!"

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  • She split the logs with a mallet and wedge.
  • Robinson Crusoe made a boat by hollwoing out a cedar-tree trunk with nothing but a mallet and chisel.

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