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    'Yes,' thought Fleury, 'she is going at it hammer and thongs for his own benefit.'

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    Is that a joke? It's funny. "Hammer and tongs" is the expression. "Hammer and thongs" is pretty funny.

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    Schematisieren Sie das bitte.

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    I don't have time this morning, but "hammer and tong" I would call a phrasal adverb answering "how?"

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