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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bang.


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  • And Marion Sanford had rushed into her own room, banged -- yes, _banged_ the door, locked it, put a chair against it, would have moved the washstand up against it, but her strength gave out, and she hurled herself upon the bed in a tempest of passionate tears.

    Marion's Faith.

  • LaBarbera weathered that storm, but Daniel Sedin banged home a rebound from just outside the crease with 59 seconds left on Greene's penalty.

  • The Islanders finally broke through at 10: 16 when Guerin banged in a rebound to get New York within 3-1.

  • The captain banged the hilt of his sword for silence.

    Shakespeare Help Needed

  • Who shovelled, while Munchkin banged on the window, yelling 'Sha-bo!'

    A New Year, A Fresh Coat

  • With Khabibulin banged up and unable to go the last six games, Huet stepped in.

  • In obvious pain, Martin banged his fist hard on the floor a couple of times and had to be carried off.

  • Lalime fought through a screen to stop Brendan Shanahan's shot from the top of the right circle, but the puck squirted free on the left side and the Red Wings 'long-time captain banged it in for his second goal in as many games.

  • Sedin banged home a rebound for his second goal just as - Red Wings bounce Canucks, reach second round

  • In the situation we're in -- banged-up guys -- we have to go out and steal games.

    National Basketball Association - Rockets vs. Timberwolves


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