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


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  • You've got to think your positions through and if you're not strong and you can't stand up to him, you're going to get bulldozed, which is what happened to General Shinseki, actually.

    CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2006

  • By the way any ideas put forward by a blue ribbon panel needs to be enacted by Congress so the excess in the market being "bulldozed" would never happen.

    Obama Pokes Fun At Hillary's Shot-And-A-Beer

  • "The Post Office closure programme was "bulldozed" through local opposition, with the consultation exercise little more than a "sham", according to a damning indictment from influential MPs"

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Tragedy struck again on September 17, 1925, when Frida was riding in a wooden bus that was "bulldozed" by a trolley.

    Frida - A Novel By Barbara Mujica

  • On the perceived lack of implementation of road traffic legislation, Diko blamed parliamentary committees and political parties, saying they often "bulldozed" legislation even if there was no necessary mechanism for implementation.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • National Party health spokesman Dr Kobus Gous said the way the bill was "bulldozed" through Parliament made a mockery of the parliamentary process and the Constitution.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Holomisa felt the registration period had been too short as a result of the ANC having "bulldozed" the process throught.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Not wishing the return in your favor, unless it is clear that it ought to be so, and not willing to be cheated out of it, or to be 'bulldozed' or intimidated, the truth is palpable that you ought to have the vote of Louisiana, and we believe that you will have ti, by an honest and fair return, according to the letter and spirit of the law of Louisiana.

    Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet An Autobiography.

  • Constitution lacked the courage of its convictions, and was "bulldozed" by the few extreme Southern Slave-holding States -- South Carolina and

    The Great Conspiracy, Volume 1

  • Ministers said they had listened to concerns from MPs and peers over the bill and "engaged constructively" over the most contentious issues but Labour said the bill was being "bulldozed" through Parliament.

    BBC News - Home


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