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  • “Pummel him until he apologizes!” shouted Burne-Jones.

    The Wayward Muse

  • Pummel Bond Yields NEW YORK -- Concerns about future write-downs at big banks with exposure to subprime mortgages pushed investors into safe-haven Treasurys, relegating the usually influential monthly jobs report to a footnote in trading Friday.

    Revived Banking Fears

  • Pummel and bash these heretical self-haters into ethical correctness.

    Knesset member demands modest dress | Jewschool

  • Pummel him and he absorbs your blows as if nothing was going on.

    Living with the Passive—Aggressive Man

  • [132] I Pummel, wherein he is said to have carried something, whereby upon a struggle or despair he might deliver himself from all misfortunes.

    Christian Morals

  • Pummel thy pumkin, and a tell me that, Peter Grievous.

    Anna St. Ives

  • Sword, and leaning upon the Pummel of it, gave us the whole History of the Black Prince; concluding, that in Sir Richard Bakers Opinion,

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

  • For example: Enrage randomly turns gems red, which can be useful for finishing matches quickly, unless your opponent has Pummel, which deals damage based on the number of red gems.

    Gamezone: Game Reviews and More!

  • Playing as the Barbarian I also had at my disposal myriad skills that ranged from attacks like Pummel (light damage) and more indirect options like Enrage (floods the puzzle map with red gems).

    GayGamer.net

  • With chapters following adolescence, violence and many other formative rites of human passage, Pummel has created an epic cinematic poem.

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