HAMMER


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AcronymDefinition
HAMMERHypervelocity Asteroid Mitigation Mission for Emergency Response (US NASA)
HAMMERHazardous Materials Management and Emergency Response (Education & Training Center)
HAMMERHand-Held Apparatus for Mobile Mapping and Expedited Reporting
HAMMERHazardous Agent Mitigation Medical Response
HAMMERNickname for USAF Communications Programs
References in classic literature ?
"My God!" cried the atheistic cobbler, "and there's the hammer he did it with."
"There's the hammer he did it with over there by the church wall.
We have but to run under the hammer, one at a time, when it is lifted, and pass to the other side before it falls again."
"You might rush under the hammer yourself, but the chariot would surely be crushed."
Two people would have to hold the chair, and a third would help him up on it, and hold him there, and a fourth would hand him a nail, and a fifth would pass him up the hammer, and he would take hold of the nail, and drop it.
I take my hammer, and I tap.' (Here he strikes the pavement, and the attentive Deputy skirmishes at a rather wider range, as supposing that his head may be in requisition.) 'I tap, tap, tap.
Everything that it had been possible to destroy with a knife or a hammer was destroyed.
Now rageth my hammer ruthlessly against its prison.
Celina's husband was a fool, a coward, and a pig, and to prove it to her, Victor intended to hammer his head into a jelly the next time he encountered him.
Striking through the thought of his dear ones was sound which he could neither ignore nor understand, a sharp, distinct, metallic percussion like the stroke of a blacksmith's hammer upon the anvil; it had the same ringing quality.
Wragge has had a copious selection of assumed names hammered into her head in the course of her matrimonial career.
My father, Pip, he were given to drink, and when he were overtook with drink, he hammered away at my mother, most onmerciful.