Ben Carson Endorses Donald Trump Saying We Buried the Hatchet

Ben Carson Endorses Donald Trump, Saying 'We Buried the Hatchet'

'Burying the hatchet' or 'to bury the hatchet' with someone means to make peace or to end an argument/conflict. For example "you have been arguing with your father long enough - its time to bury the hatchet" or "they've made up and buried the hatchet now"

English Idioms and Phrases: Bury the Hatchet

'Burying the hatchet' or 'to bury the hatchet' with someone means to make peace or to end an argument/conflict. For example "you have been arguing with your father long enough - its time to bury the hatchet" or "they've made up and buried the hatchet now"

"The Hatchet" from  https://pfollansbee.wordpress.com/ "Peter Follansbee, joiner's notes" "Seventeenth-century joined furniture; green wood, hand tools"  https://pfollansbee.wordpress.com/2011/08/27/the-hatchet/

the hatchet

"The Hatchet" from https://pfollansbee.wordpress.com/ "Peter Follansbee, joiner's notes" "Seventeenth-century joined furniture; green wood, hand tools" https://pfollansbee.wordpress.com/2011/08/27/the-hatchet/

“Kai The Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker” Is A Suspect In A New Jersey Murder Case

"Kai The Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker" Is A Suspect In A New Jersey Murder Case

Carly and The View bury the hatchet in dispute over her demented face

Carly and The View bury the hatchet in dispute over her demented face

Fiorina told Whoppi Goldberg, who had tisk-tisked her this week for reacting poorly to the comment, 'You're a comedian. You can say whatever you like. You're not going to offend me.'

(gif) -.- They're giving us the Honey and the Hatchet. Uh oh. There's the honey now what's the hatchet?

(gif) -.- They're giving us the Honey and the Hatchet. Uh oh. There's the honey now what's the hatchet?

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”.  Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now.  Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”. Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now. Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

"...with a certain weapon, to wit, a sharp cutting instrument, the name and a more particular description of which is to the Jurors unknown..." Prominent points in the trial (or press coverage of it) included: The hatchet head found in the basement was not convincingly shown to be the murder weapon. Prosecutors argued that the killer had removed the handle because it was bloody, but while one officer testified that a hatchet handle was found near the hatchet head, another officer…

"...with a certain weapon, to wit, a sharp cutting instrument, the name and a more particular description of which is to the Jurors unknown..." Prominent points in the trial (or press coverage of it) included: The hatchet head found in the basement was not convincingly shown to be the murder weapon. Prosecutors argued that the killer had removed the handle because it was bloody, but while one officer testified that a hatchet handle was found near the hatchet head, another officer…

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