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  • Sank bone-crushing fangs into the well of his powers until he cried out against the ice cold agony.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Before I braced myself, Muskrat picked me up in a bone-crushing hug.

    Mercy Kill

  • Having suffered a bone-crushing defeat on health care the republicants are figuring about now that the only thing that will save their putrid hides is a terror strike.

    Think Progress » Obama’s second TSA nominee backs out.

  • The fact that many of the passes he threw led receivers right into bone-crushing hits may have had something to do with that. 53 individuals, no team.

    Elizabeth Engel: Give Thanks

  • He lunged forward and grabbed her arms in a bone-crushing grip.

    Crimson Wind

  • When we leave, he gives me a bone-crushing hug, and £40 for a £5 cab ride.

    Diary of a separation

  • This Sunday's NFL championship games have it all: future Hall-of-Famers in abundance, jet-fueled offenses, bone-crushing defenses, and even a pair of coaches vying to bring a sibling rivalry to Super Bowl Sunday in two weeks.

    How Sunday's NFL Cities Became Champs

  • Following Caine's story is an absolute joy ride, but what makes these books good aren't the inventively portrayed acts of distilled bone-crushing violence, but the fact that you care about Caine and what happens to him.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Violence approaches bloody R levels in bone-crushing fights, lethal gunplay; foot chases, car chases are breathlessly shot and edited and could induce motion sickness; mild profanity.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • But we've reached a point in the NFL where not only is that sentiment present behind closed doors, it can now be aired and even hailed as a standard for the best bone-crushing linebackers in the league.

    Danny Groner: James Harrison Crosses Line to the Dark Side

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