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  • He thought he was being hilarious when he hung the banged-up tag on the wall for a souvenir.

    Teed Off

  • Driving from England to Mongolia in a banged-up car is definitely one of these moments.

    Leon Logothetis: Mission: Mongolia

  • The trouble is, players are rusty, banged-up veterans are sidelined and coaches are working on new plays.

    Springtime Can Produce Some Ugly Football

  • She sprung out onto the sidewalk, hoisting her tote bag a notch higher on her shoulder, then made a beeline for her car, a banged-up VW Bug that sat parked a short distance up the block on Main Street.

    A Stitch Before Dying

  • While the box was a bit banged-up, the contents hadn't been disturbed and were in good condition.

    Shipping Items

  • ACL surgery on his left knee last fall and a banged-up shoulder this spring could hurt his draft status.

    Purke tops list of prep talent in MLB draft

  • "I think a lot of guys thought he was just banged-up," cornerback DeAngelo Hall added.

    Teammates still surprised at Donovan McNabb's benching

  • I never once looked up when I was led from the banged-up blue and white squad car to the front desk at the police station.

    Brooklyn Story

  • Midway through the European football season, the English Premier League's relegation battle features a familiar mix of the mediocre, the unproven, the banged-up and the downright dismal.

    Tip of the Day

  • As the band, who sounded great, launched into their fifth number, a banged-up leather-jacketed kid lurched out of the seething mosh pit no, I don't think that term for the lunatic area in front of the stage had been coined yet.

    Binky Philips: I Get Bounced From the Buzzcocks

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