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bury the hatchet

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Synonyms for hatchet

weapon consisting of a fighting ax

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a small ax with a short handle used with one hand (usually to chop wood)

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Those Nixon sisters - Tricia and Julie - may be burying the hatchet in their long simmering feud over a father's legacy, but no one's come out a winner.
The possibility of IBM Corp and Intel Corp burying the hatchet and working together to introduce a next generation server bus architecture reared its head again yesterday when an IBM spokesperson said there could be an announcement as early as next week.
Peter Elliott, the former Olympic 1500m silver medallist and Mayock's advisor, admitted: "Inviting Pancorbo to such a prestigious meeting is, I suppose, offering him the opportunity of burying the hatchet.
Formerly separated, Catholics and Protestants are busy burying the hatchet and avoiding old doctrinal differences in the pursuit of a common political vision: one nation of clean cut, conformist subjects ruled by an omniscient, punitive male deity.
Snow said "I'm delighted to be burying the hatchet with my university.