bricklayer's hammer

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Noun1.bricklayer's hammer - a hammer used in laying bricksbricklayer's hammer - a hammer used in laying bricks  
hammer - a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking
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Simon Chambers is said to have been caught at an address in Oxford Road, Cleckheaton, with the face covering as well as a brick hammer.
Victoria Thomas, prosecuting, said that on December 16 last year Crollman walked into the building site at the Welsh Government offices armed with a silver and black brick hammer.
For supplies, you'll need a brick hammer to knock off edges and tap stones solidly into place; a stone hammer and chisel to break larger stones; a shovel, rake and hoe; a garden hose or mason line; a line level; and stakes.