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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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Recently, however, there were reports that the duo might have buried the hatchet.
But a source said: "They're both delighted to have buried the hatchet.
But yesterday they buried the hatchet at City Hall in London as they helped to promote an environmentallyfriendly cycling scheme.
Asian Football Confederation president Mohamed Bin Hammam had claimed he was ready to challenge after the pair fell out but they have since buried the hatchet.
Developer Sheldon Solow has buried the hatchet and dropped his lawsuit against insurance group Conseco over the $1.
I have signed to do one series at the end of next year - I have buried the hatchet.
Narayan Rane appears to have buried the hatchet with his sworn foe, Vilasrao Deshmukh.
Mobile phone giant Vodafone has buried the hatchet with Carphone Warehouse after agreeing to sell its contract mobiles across the chain's outlets.
JAPANESE side Kashima Antlers have finally buried the hatchet with blunder ref Masaaki Iemoto after his horror show in March's Super Cup Final.
TOM HICKS has buried the hatchet with Rafa Benitez by offering the Liverpool boss a new contract to stay at Anfield until 2012.
Spanish telecom giant Telefonica and the Argentine government have buried the hatchet and signed an agreement that will bring some relief to both sides in a long-running battle.
Andy Murray has buried the hatchet with the Lawn Tennis Association by hailing their 'Raw Tennis' initiative - but vowed to continue speaking his mind on important issues affecting the British game.
I mean this really buried the hatchet in my constant quest of the DoomRoom.
However, Stable Lads' Association secretary Bill Adams has finally seen the light and recognised that modernising his organisation is designed to increase its clout, while the latter has buried the hatchet to a degree by backing plans to reform the SLA with the help of former T&G official Tim Lyle.
SIXTIES pop legends The Zombies have reformed -after founder members Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone buried the hatchet and decided to play together again.