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  • Tonchi confirmed that Lawrence Karol, who Sarah Jessica Parker Warned Halston They'd Be "Bludgeoned" For Working With Her - Sarah Jessica Parker, who joined Halston to oversee the archive-inspired Heritage line starting in Spring

    Coutorture

  • “Bludgeoned,” Keri corrected with a dispassionate flick of her heavily lined eyes.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • More Heard: Choosing the Rest Over Best Buy MarketBeat Best Buy Stock Is Bludgeoned The company now expects earnings for the full fiscal year to be between $3.20 and $3.40 a share, down from its prior earlier estimate of $3.55 to $3.70.

    Best Buy's Sales Suffer as Shoppers Chase Deals

  • Bludgeoned her to death or whatever you think he did.

    The Legacy

  • Oh ... sweetness, sweetness, I was only joking When I said by rights you should be Bludgeoned in your bed..

    "My hollow shell gives you the finger."

  • I'm thinking of a new title too - Bludgeoned By The Blog.

    QUIBBLES & BITS

  • Bludgeoned by spiking fuel costs and cutthroat fare competition in its home market, Hawaii's Aloha Airgroup Inc. sought protection from its creditors late Thursday for the second time since 2004.

    Aloha Airgroup Files for Bankruptcy Protection

  • Bludgeoned by my insistence, she broached the topic.

    The Other Medical Update

  • Bludgeoned by repeated blows coming from even friendly quarters, top scientists lashed back out at Hans von Storch in an article called “A Mistake with Repercussions”.

    Von Storch et al [2006] « Climate Audit

  • Bludgeoned to death last week, police say, by teenagers wielding bats.

    CNN Transcript Jan 17, 2006

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