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Her obsessive desire to acquire the Dalmatian puppies heightens as she leers over her steering wheel, speeds through city streets and bulldozes through fences in her single-minded pursuit.
Cleveland went 65 yards in just six plays, with running back Kareem Hunt capping the drive with an 11-yard run on which he bulldozed into the end zone despite the efforts of Pittsburgh defenders.
In past years, state officials have allowed property owners to bulldoze large amounts of sand up to the front of their homes in preparation for seasonal threats, a practice that scientists say may also harm the beach.
She had no idea that, in a matter of weeks, the coronavirus pandemic would bulldoze her senior year.
Marster had both white an' colored overseers but he would not allow any of his overseers to bulldoze over his slaves too much.
In vain they tried to bulldoze and cajole, to push and to pull, to plead with and to denounce the obstinate Nancy Jane.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
No call to bulldoze a fellow just because you happened to be first on the spot!
DOROTHY'S TRAVELSEVELYN RAYMOND
Then it required another half hour for the three to bulldoze McGregor into accepting it.
THE WEDGE OF GOLDC. C. GOODWIN
But he knew Christopher Straight too well to attempt to bulldoze that hard-eyed old woodsman.
An attempt to bulldoze a young government man into believing that the taking of logs without payment was permissible.

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