He had to use his mallet to push himself back on board his polo pony, according to a report in today's Daily Express.
“If they [the owners] want to get their tires, that will have to be negotiated,” said mallet.
Carlos Gracida 53, was killed in a freak accident, after his horse was hit on the head by another player's mallet.
It is clear that in such an earthquake, mallet's method would utterly fail in giving definite results.
I managed to get the helm hard up, and mallet jumped inboard.
Then the mullah laid the mallet down and though King ached to pick it up and examine it he did not dare.
A stroke of the mallet may be more effective than the sculptor had hoped; but it was intended.
"So am I, mallet," replied Mary, tying on her old-fashioned sun-hood.
The mallet was shaken, and there stood a beautifully dressed doll.
Westy kind of giggled and Recorder Van Wort began pounding with his mallet.
late 14c., from Old French maillet "mallet, small wooden hammer, door-knocker," diminutive of mail, from Latin malleus "a hammer," from PIE *mal-ni-, from root *mele-, *mel- "to crush, grind," with derivatives referring to ground material and tools for grinding (cf. Hittite mallanzi "they grind;" Armenian malem "I crush, bruise;" Greek malakos "soft," mylos "millstone;" Latin molere "to grind," mola "millstone, mill," milium "millet;" Old English melu "meal, flour;" Albanian miel "meal, flour;" Old Church Slavonic meljo, Lithuanian malu "to grind;" Old Church Slavonic mlatu, Russian molotu "hammer").