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  • v. Present participle of bullwhip.


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  • In climbing, you live with a constant symphony of groaning pack straps and ropes bullwhipping and slings under stress, small notes to go with the rough and tumble of waterfalls and avalanches and geological violence.

    The Wall

  • Montgomery police were trying to do what was right, but the sheriff come in with them mounted posse and went up on porches bullwhipping people, and horses kicking people.

    Oral History Interview with Laurie Pritchett, April 23, 1976. Interview B-0027. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • We are now going to feel the bullwhipping of the laws passed after 9 / 11 - laws we found no reason to worry about then.


  • We witnessed the wedding of a rich man's daughter, a small puppet show, some bullwhipping, extreme acrobatics and flexibility, and a kid jumping through a hoop with knives and fire rings. Recent Updates


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