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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • However, he and Hermione worked out where most of the poles and pegs should go, and though Mr. Weasley was more of a hindrance than a help, because he got thoroughly overexcited when it came to using the mallet, they finally managed to erect a pair of shabby two-man tents.

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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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