Hammer and tongs
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To go at something hammer and tongs is an idiom indicating seriousness of intent and capability of harm.
Hammer and Tongs may refer to:
- Hammer and Tongs, a seminal 1937 chapbook of essays by Clyde F. Beck in the field of science fiction studies
- Hammer and Tongs, 1999 poetry anthology featuring Karen Solie and Chris Hutchinson (poet) among others
- Hammer and Tongs, 1930 film, screenwriter Douglas Z. Doty
- Hammer & Tongs, a British film production duo
- "Hammer and Tongs", a song by the Scottish rock group Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie 1989
- "Hammer and Tongs", song by Budgie from In for the Kill 1974 and Best of Budgie
- "Hammer and Tongs", song by the Legendary Shack Shakers on AgriDustrial 2010
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