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  • v. Present participle of elbow.

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  • n. jostling with the elbows


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  • (served by Michel Ouellet) too many men minor PIT 19: 57 Evgeni Malkin elbowing minor - Hockey - Pittsburgh vs. Washington

  • The big announcement yesterday that came out of the G-20 is that it is going to become the permanent counsel for international economic cooperation, kind of elbowing aside the G-8.

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  • Is laying in some hard knees to the back of Etim but the referee warns him to stop 'elbowing' Etim in the spine. News

  • Rio Ferdinand faces three-match ban as FA charge Manchester United star for 'elbowing' Hull winger ... - Articles related to AC Milan track Joe Cole as Chelsea star waits on new deal at Stamford Bridge

  • If you don't remember, Cole Aldrich fouled out of the game after "elbowing" Damion James. stories

  • Rio Ferdinand faces three-match ban as FA charge Manchester United star for 'elbowing'

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  • Peter Ridsdale wants FA to investigate Roger Johnson 'elbowing'

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  • Phillip Pasirayi, the co-ordinator of the Centre for Community Development in Zimbabwe, pointed out that the "elbowing" of Chamisa, whom MDC-T sources claimed had brought some sanity in the country's telecommunications sector after holding meetings with all stakeholders, came at a time when there were still crucial outstanding issues that needed to be urgently dealt with by the three principals.

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  • Before this interview, I'd tuned in to Terry's breakfast show to hear him having fun at the BBC's expense for 'elbowing' him out.

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  • It would describe Jesus' birth in a pitch-dark cave, amid piles of oxen scat and filthy hay and poor travelers elbowing into the Holy Family's space, Joseph worn out from a frantic search for an inn, Mary all alone as her water breaks and her pain hits excruciating levels.

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  • I don't think I have room to list this word, though it might make some for itself.

    October 10, 2008