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Definition of church key

church key


  • a tool with parts to puncture holes in cans, and to pry off bottle tops.
    Damn! We forgot the church key.

    Last edited on Dec 17 2011. Submitted by Bill M. from Phoenix, AZ 85044, USA on Dec 24 2001.

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