clencher

clencher

(ˈklɛntʃə)
n
something or someone who clenches
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As ever in this division, a quick turnaround for visit to Barnsley tomorrow night, and a hope that the travelling 6,000 aren't subject to a cheek clencher as at Bristol, Villa and Rotherham.
STEVIE'S CLENCHER Gerrard pumps fist to celebrate his winner with Jordan Henderson
If it wasn't quite a Magnificent Seven after an initial teeth clencher it was a genuine opportunity with 21 winnable points up for auction.
I am sure it would be a deal clencher and a perception changer for Tata Motors this time around
A few weeks from now, in his last act as Rangers boss, he will lead McCoist, Durrant and McDowall to Idaho on a five-day, 110-mile buttock clencher of a challenge - in the name of the club's charity foundation.
Ask before placing callers on hold, thank them for calling and the clencher -- smile into the phone.
IP&R did a great job on the Wrench Clencher prototype - I was very happy with its functionality," said Hansen Global Inc.
BOSSY: Hodgson and Moyes saw it differently JELLY ON A PLATE Everton's Nikica Jelavic misses a good chance to score against West Brom yesterday CLENCHER n Osman joy after McAuley (right) scores own-goal AND SOUNDVictor Anichebe (left) celebrates with pals after making it 2-0 sSAFE
Hansen Global President Bruce Tichy said he was quite happy with the Wrench Clencher prototype.
They insist we need a demonstrative, fiery fist clencher to inject the winning mentality.
Racing drivers these days are obviously a slim-hipped bunch and the Recaro seat is a real buttock clencher.