Here," remarked the old gentleman, taking up a croquet mallet from the table near him, "is one of the qualifications for success in modern society.
Miss Blanche--taking no notice of her step-mother's reproof, or of her uncle's commentary on it--pointed to a table on which croquet mallets and balls were laid ready, and recalled the attention of the company to the matter in hand.
The truth of the matter was that it was Lawrence who had murdered Alfred Inglethorp with a croquet mallet
In 1893 the United States courts established the croquet mallet
as a deadly weapon.
Pulling into the drive of the hotel a few miles west of Bath immediately feels relaxing, the lawn perfectly mown and the peace only interrupted by the sound of croquet mallet
You might want to pick up a croquet mallet
, play tennis or try the indoor pool.
And, at the other end of the clock, been obedient fellow many years' there was Aunty Gwladys, who had never swung a croquet mallet
before her 77th birthday.
The archaeologists also found remains of two wooden clubs, one the shape of a baseball bat and made of ash, the second the shape of a croquet mallet
and made of sloe wood.
After a gadzillion Midsomer episodes, you may wonder why at least one or two ethnic characters haven't sauntered onto the show, before being bludgeoned to death by a toasting fork or croquet mallet
What do a croquet mallet
, a pencil, and a walking stick have in common?
The collection includes the lethallooking "mallet head putter", which is shaped like a croquet mallet
He seemed to try everything except the croquet mallet