wrencher

wrencher

(ˈrɛntʃə)
n
a person or thing that twists or wrenches
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Two of their new faces from the USA are power forward/centre Patrick Wrencher Junior and shooting guard Joey Bennett.
The stealthy beats and piano figures staking out a heart wrencher like She Said I Was A Failure are classy but derivative.
But you have to give it to him ( Abdullah) as he came back from 0- 2 down," Ghosal said after the five- game gut- wrencher.
333, 338-43 (2004) (describing four divergent views of NEPA: that of the "optimist," the "monkey wrencher," the "skeptic," and the "legalist critic").
The athletic hopeful proved his mettle in a gut wrencher, clawing his way back after Saudi ace Suleiman Al Qasem breezed past the Bahraini hopeful initially.
Margaret Edson's 1999 Pulitzer Prize winner is still a gut wrencher, still a nifty little instruction manual for the health-care profession on the do's and don'ts of bedside manner, and continues to afford an actress past the age of 45 one corker of a role.
Ian Rogers, the one-time cyber monkey wrencher turned community activist, sat at a table for five full hours checking in skaters and handing out wristbands.
Gotas De Luar is a heart wrencher but the string-orchestrated Sou Seu Sabia is a perfect closer, adding a slow climatic conclusion to a great date with a new millennium Brazilian diva who is defining herself as one of the superb song stylists of her generation.
There's also plenty of room in the engine compartment for the weekend wrencher to do his thing.
Parahaemolyticus is an equal-opportunity gut wrencher," says George Hoskin of the FDA's Office of Seafood.
Former Saint Francis forward Patrick Wrencher became the team's first professional signing and is one of five overseas players to join the Knights this campaign.
I tell you, it takes a writer with greater concentrative powers than I possess to go back to work after a soul wrencher of that magnitude.