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  • verb Present participle of crowbar.

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Examples

  • Anyhoo, for all that it might come to naught, it's spurred me into action on the vocal front, crowbarring in every available friend who can actually sing to try and get versions of the tracks laid down with lyrics.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Anyhoo, for all that it might come to naught, it's spurred me into action on the vocal front, crowbarring in every available friend who can actually sing to try and get versions of the tracks laid down with lyrics.

    For a Lark

  • I sorta think wearing a cross * and* a "Cocksucking Christ" badge (or simply a pink triangle, if one wanted to be a bit less bolshy; D) would be seven shades of awesome, contradicting only the obsolete OT dogma that Yeshua himself rejected and the ugly update of it that I blame Paul for crowbarring in.

    An Open Letter to the Usual Suspects

  • Enough crowbarring leads me to press release, which has more information and actually gets me vaguely fired up about the thing.

    Cryptozoo Crew Movie « Skid Roche

  • Enough crowbarring leads me to press release, which has more information and actually gets me vaguely fired up about the thing.

    Cryptozoo Crew Movie « Skid Roche

  • There is a cult cargo mentality that we have– ie, because Europeans have universal coverage and lower costs, we can achieve lower costs by crowbarring in universal coverage by any means necessary.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Harms of a Health Insurance Mandate

  • In particular, he insisted upon the demolition of the infamous Watergate exhibit, a display built so durably that it took two weeks worth of hammering, crowbarring, and Sawzalling to remove it.

    John Seery: Cover-up of a Cover-up of a Cover-up

  • The day started early, walking the dog in the rain a little after six o'clock, crowbarring Alicia out of bed in time to drop her at the bus stop and then heading onto the motorway just in time to hear that it was completely shut at junction 26 due to some sort of high speed chase and fatal shoot out.

    Knackered

  • The day started early, walking the dog in the rain a little after six o'clock, crowbarring Alicia out of bed in time to drop her at the bus stop and then heading onto the motorway just in time to hear that it was completely shut at junction 26 due to some sort of high speed chase and fatal shoot out.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • "Well, in crowbarring me out of your scheme of life, if you insist on knowing," were the words that came from the husband sitting so close beside me.

    The Prairie Child

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