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A security camera’s recording of their encounter, viewed by The Washington Post, shows Onoja pinning Hall’s arms with his knees, pummeling him and showering him in pepper spray.
That changed in 2017 when the city and county’s fumbling response to a deadly hepatitis A outbreak pummeled San Diego’s homeless population made national and international headlines.
Toward the end of 2017, though, many North Shore homeowners decided to ignore prior denials and armored their shorelines with sandbags and heavy fabric as waves pummeled their properties.
Current conditions in Chadron, OH where snow continues to pummel the area.
He completed a single pass for 13 yards and threw two interceptions as Denver was pummelled by a New Orleans Saints team that didn’t look that much better.
Dick at last tired of pummeling Garry, and soon he joined in the laughter, for the joke was undeniably on him.
Pummeling some rude fellow who needed it was a satisfaction.
STRANGE STORIES OF THE GREAT RIVERABBIE JOHNSTON GROSVENOR
And there was the devil and a Smalander, who were pummeling each other with might and main.
Hen, there is Miss Margaret pummeling the window for you to notice her.
TOLD IN THE HILLSMARAH ELLIS RYAN
And as for the pummeling I got afterward with the knucks—that was my own lookout—the railroad company is not to blame for that.
THE PROMISEJAMES B. HENDRYX

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