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Over the next few years, I wore it out at Ocean Beach dozens of times, scoring one memorable tube ride but mostly getting pummeled.
I am afraid if I point it out, then I will get pummeled and will lose everyone anyway.
When researchers pummeled diamond with powerful lasers, they not only increased the pressure in the material, but also raised its temperature to thousands of degrees C, Conover says.
Blast waves may have pummeled a 100,000-square-kilometer area of the ice sheet, the team estimates.
The flu was thought to be waning by then, but in fact in many places it was still pummeling the population.
So manage the saddle that with one swing it will 'light on the horse's back with the pummel towards the horse's head (Fig. 207).
Chunky bristled, but restrained himself, though he would have liked to fall on Tad Butler and pummel him.
Never allow the reins to hang loosely on the horses neck, crutch, or pummel of the saddle.
GRACEFUL RIDINGS. C. WAITE
I would get another herdsman; but as for my wife, I'd tie her to the pummel of my saddle, and drag her like that to my castle.
Something of this seemed to dawn on Dan Cassell as the boy he sought to pummel dodged his attack with such cleverness.

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