On top of that I wrote another two scenes of my sitcom yesterday, and managed to crowbar in a reference to penguins.
She had the crowbar in both hands and was trying to lever apart a wide slat at the point where it was joined to the bottom of the crate.
More often than not scenes feel forced and clunky, as the characters none too subtly have to crowbar in the next crucial revelation, or narrative device.
I don't think Friday's incident was a serious attempt to break into the shop as they had just used a crowbar to jemmy the shutters apart.
Of course, someone would have to use a crowbar to lever me away from my computer these days but for the vast majority who hate computers this should be a blessing.
He thought the thieves had used a crowbar or chisel-type instrument to force a rear door at the school and possibly tampered with an outdoor security light.
It was forced off by either a crowbar or a jemmy and it must have been difficult to get off.
The car slammed to a stop and four young men piled out, one with a baseball bat, another with a crowbar or tire iron.
Michelle wondered how to crowbar this conversation around from their usual brand of easy banter to something with a little more bite.
After you've cut around the opening, pry the roofing materials loose with a crowbar and hammer; save asphalt shingles to use for patching around the skylight.