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


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  • Malpractice cases carry a significant emotional cost for doctors, said study co-author Amitabh Chandra, an economist and professor of public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government"They hate having their name dragged through the local newspaper and having to go to court," he said.

    Study: Only 1 in 5 medical malpractice cases pay

  • "I didn't want his name dragged through the mud like some kind of deadbeat," she says.

    For the Families of Some Debtors, Death Offers No Respite

  • Suddenly, crushingly, Tom McKinney saw his name dragged through the mud.

    Getting Even

  • The word dragged out once Jake viewed her from head to toe.


  • It was this sort of thing which, as the term dragged on, made Bloomfield more and more uncomfortable with his position.

    The Willoughby Captains

  • For the last six years, he has had his name dragged through the mud. Front Page

  • "They hate having their name dragged through the local newspaper," he said.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • He didn’t deserve to die, and he sure as hell doesn’t deserve to have his name dragged through the mud.

    Take Me There

  • And I don’t want my name dragged into this when Andrew finds out and turns into something straight out of The Shining.

    Fashionably Late

  • The group says Peter Evershed on Saturday was dragged from a shower by five lions at a remote bush camp on Zimbabwe's northern border with Zambia.

    Peter Evershed KILLED By 5 Lions In Zimbabwe


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