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implement
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For Whom the Bell Tolls
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  • But most had flails obtained from the store of Don Guillermo Martin, who was a fascist and sold all sorts of agricultural implements.
  • Don Guillermo’s house was no house, since he had not much money and was only a fascist to be a snob and to console himself that he must work for little, running a wooden-implement shop.

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as in: implement the action Define
to put a plan or tool into effect
as in: a small implement Define
a small tool or other useful object
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