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- v. To beat up.
- v. To repeat; to start over.
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The weasels wind up barbing each other constantly just as two close and mutually dedicated friends would do over a casual drink at the bar.
There is other good work we are proposing to do over the next twelve months, particularly the Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement between Australia and the European Union over the next 12 months.
Accordingly, Lord Kitchener was dispatched to do over again what General Monro had just done.
I still wake up every morning at threeA.M.,look at the clock and spend the next two hours sifting through the past, trying to think of what I could have done differently; well, more like what I would donowif I had it to do over again.