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hawk sb.: in Ham. II. ii. 406 [397] commonly taken to be the bird (cf. HANDSAW), but perhaps a variant of ‘hack’, which was applied to various tools of the mattock, hoe, and pickaxe type.
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    • William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 2.2
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