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


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  • In the next two days, downhill, we "bullocked" through eleven miles, reaching a point where the depot at Possession Nunataks was only sixteen miles away.

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  • Only, the worst of it is, "he reflected," if you take a selector who has bullocked all his life to raise crops on dusty, stony patches in the scrubs, and put him on land where there's plenty of water and manure, and where he's only got to throw the seed on the ground and then light his pipe and watch it grow, he's apt to get disheartened.

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  • The Cheetahs came back strongly in the second half, getting to within two points midway through the second period after flank Heinrich Brussow bullocked over for a converted try.

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  • Two minutes later, Stuart Walker bullocked his way from the Tynedale 22 into Preston territory, before finding Miller.

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  • They bullocked and barged their way around when they had the ball, plundered and stole it when they did not.

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  • The Force repelled those attacks but as the Bulls hammered away again, and again, their defensive line broke in the ninth minute and number eight Pierre Spies bullocked over for a try.

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  • Hobbs then repeated the dose when he bullocked over from in close after a superb run from lock Josh Bekhuis and, when he subsequently slotted a penalty, the deficit was reduced to one point.

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  • Ryan Jones and Powell were close and then they went right and had the English defence in tatters as Alun-Wyn Jones, under pressure gave a perfect pass to hirsute prop Adam Jones how first humbly looked for Shane Williams to pass to and then bullocked for the line and a try which Stephen Jones converted.

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  • Phillips, muscularly impressive all game, ran back at Ireland, Mark Jones bullocked once more, and, with five minutes remaining, Stephen Jones banged over a drop goal to give Wales a one-point advantage. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph

  • A MAN brandishing a sawn-off double-barrelled shotgun bullocked his way inside a Castlemaine house before blasting a wall metres away from his young son during a dramatic incident in Castlemaine house late Tuesday.

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