Sol pounds the headlines with the repetition - and delicacy of a sledgehammer.
Sol, pounds, headlines, repetition, delicacy
But Richard had already gone the cop route and found it not nearly as productive as driving around with a sledgehammer and retaining the services of men with oxyacetylene torches.
gone, cop, route, found, nearly, productive, driving, retaining, services
As will so often be the case when a men has a pen in his hand. It is like a club or sledge-hammer, in using which, either for defence or attack, a man can hardly measure the strength of the blows he gives.
often, case, when, men, pen, hand, club, using, defence
He came like a sledgehammer, like a giant out of the mountain with a sledgehammer, writing with a sledgehammer...
giant, mountain, writing
A sledgehammer breaks glass but forges steel.
breaks, glass, forges, steel
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