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There are few things more congenial to certain gentlemen than a chance to maul an easy victim.
WHERE THE PAVEMENT ENDSJOHN RUSSELL
Ignorant societies for the "suppression of vice" maul over our literature and our art.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
The carpenter, in the eyes of her, swung his maul and knocked out the pin of the chain-stopper, shouting “Stand clear!”
THE VIKING BLOODFREDERICK WILLIAM WALLACE
Oscar had asked when he saw the maul-rings taken out of the wagon on their arrival and unloading.
THE BOY SETTLERSNOAH BROOKS
It was probably a case of numbness; you maul your thumb with a hammer and it will hurt just so long before it stops.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
He broke many a maul-stick across their shoulders, and frequently he was left without a single pupil to execute his mandates.
THE STORY OF SEVILLEWALTER M. GALLICHAN
There is a risk that when doing so he may be tempted to lick the blood, and, finding it palatable, be led to maul the carcase.
DOG BREAKINGWILLIAM NELSON HUTCHINSON
Glaum, glam; to grab or grasp with the whole hand; to maul or pull about with the hands.
ENGLISH AS WE SPEAK IT IN IRELANDP. W. JOYCE
Rad brung up lasht wid a sixteen-pound posht-maul, bein' in no hurry at all fer another luk.
THE PROMISEJAMES B. HENDRYX
From morning till night, between the plow-handles or swinging the maul, I was absorbed in reflection.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF FRANK G. ALLEN, MINISTER OF THE GOSPELFRANK G. ALLEN

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