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Facebook released the data on Thursday as lawmakers from both parties pummel it over its handling of the election.

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Global investors pummeled shares of China’s tech giants for a second day Wednesday following signs of a crackdown by Beijing regulators.

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Its shares surged in early trading Tuesday but erased that gain and fell more than 3% as stay-at-home stocks were pummeled for a second day amid news of progress toward a vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech.

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A week before Espinosa and Boning met up in Two Bridges, tropical storm Isaias had pummeled the city with wind speeds comparable to those seen in Hurricane Sandy, causing massive power outages.

Wayward cosmic rays and microscopic meteorites may have pummeled newly exposed sections, destroying complex molecules and contributing to their thick and thin distribution.

And that time, his face was pummeled to a pulp by the Governor.

Like Rocky in the early rounds, the new Common Core math and reading standards are being pummeled left and right.

Engaged by an angry mob upon arrival, Nixon and his wife were yelled at, spat on, and pummeled with rocks.

Week after week, he was getting pummeled by the press for the sinking fortunes of the Today show.

By that time, I had been pummeled with so much, for so long, that I recall just staring at the pages, stunned.

Sometimes they raved in duet, but during the first day Newt kicked and pummeled his superior forward as long as he could walk.

"Wake up," commanded Henrietta, in a terrifying whisper, as she pummeled Mabel mercilessly.

Both rolled in the dust, caught at each other's short hair, pummeled, bit and swore.

One of them, Sir Robert Carr, pummeled a constable who attempted to arrest him in this house.

Glenn pummeled it and pressed it, and worked on it much as Carley had seen a life-guard work over a half-drowned man.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pummeled, such as: knock, pelt, trounce, punch, crush, and thrash.

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