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They also fine-tuned the speed and range of movement of the robotic arms—after all, no one wants to see a giant robotic arm gripping with a pointy fork flying at your face with a dangling, mangled piece of cake.

Popular online posts on this topic that defend Bitcoin, including from the digital mining operator Mawson, either do not cite any sources for their data or mangle the findings of trusted institutions.

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Those skeletons, unacknowledged—specters if you will—will always be there to raise their mangled heads when we least desire or can afford.

When I was very young we went caroling and always had a huge tree topped with a gold tinsel star that would look more mangled every year.

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Somehow it seems fitting, given everything we’ve learned about the art market thus far, that an attempt to address this relatively simple royalty issue was so badly mangled.

Saying a word in a different tone can distort or utterly mangle a line.

Plus, a slip of the electric knife can really mangle your roast.

They had her give the weather update, and even let her mangle the word “amok.”

Now, here seemed simple panic: and like a pack of dogs which rush to mangle a mongrel, they were at him pell-mell.

They are then damped on a water mangle, and beamed on to the heavy iron bowl of the beetling machine.

In a laundry visited when the boss was out, we conferred with the engineer about one particularly bad mangle.

The reason for the low wages listed for mangle work seems to lie only in nationality.

From the folders the sheets are carried away to a mangle, where they are folded over again by young girls.


On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mangle, such as: bruise, contort, disfigure, distort, hack, and impair.

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