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  • v. inflected form of bulldoze

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  • The areas which, where, quote/unquote "bulldozered," they looked (INAUDIBLE), and the attorney general's explanation and Mugabe's explanation were that it's about sanity, basically, that they destroyed the area because of sanitarial problems.

    CNN Transcript Oct 1, 2005

  • On it you can hear her interviews with residents who are campaigning against plans which will see their homes bulldozered; see some fantastic photographs of the threatened communities (see these shots of Seedley South, in Salford, for example); and delve into a chronological archive of her articles (latterly published mainly in the Big Issue in the North).

    Society Daily: 04.08.10

  • But I-- but you just said that these three men who were murdered in the dead of night and buried in an unmarked grave and -- and just abandoned and -- and, you know, bulldoze -- bulldozered over, you said that the people who were responsible for their deaths are the people who sent them there to do voter registration, not the actual people who pulled the triggers?

    CNN Transcript May 22, 2009

  • The latest, and closest to the mainstream, is now a blind allegation by a Guardian columnist that the photo of Rachel Corrie -- the "activist" who accidently got bulldozered in Gaza a couple weeks ago -- burning a paper version of the American flag, was actually altered to look that way by the Mossad.

    Archive 2003-04-01

  • In March, Gaddafi's war machine bulldozered into the city before being fought back by volunteers wielding petrol bombs.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • A day earlier, the same tanks had bulldozered their way into the city as thousands of refugees fled before the devastating assault.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Patel argues that the way to ensure that symptoms and explanatory models are not bulldozered by globalization - and more importantly that effective indigenous models of treatment are not dismantled - is to relocate mental health research and care to local communities.

    Integral Options Cafe

  • Cattermoleis hardly football's coollest customer and, idiotically, depressingly, soon bulldozered into Whitehead with a ridiculous challenge as half time approached for which he received a yellow card.

    The Guardian World News

  • They bulldozered the toy factory seeking isotopes.

    The Greenpeace weblog

  • University places reserved for second graded Muslims, scholarships were given to them to study in western countries, many do not return and opted for lavish western lifestyles at the expense of taxpayers, places of worship for non Muslim were frequently bulldozered, but we have more mosques and surau than public toilets, believe it or not.

    Refugee Resettlement Watch

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