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- n. A miner's double edged pick.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A miner's two-pointed pick.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Scotch and obsolete English preterit of fling.
- n. In mining, a two-pointed pick.
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If someone rang a bell, why don't we say that she also "flang" a ball?
Short time sa motel, pata tim, lechong kawali, leche flang buo o sa halo-halo, may ube ice cream pa — yan ang mga nakahihiligan sa kama o papag, hapag o dulang, hanggang maduling sa kalandian at kabusugan.
Some of the gloss flang itself out of the container and got on her lap, causing her to scream in alarm, but very little gloss actually got on the sponge applicator.
Then they flang out swords, and Sir Palomides smote Sir Goneries down to the earth.
Then they avoided their horses, and flang out noble swords, and hewed away cantels of their shields, and hurtled together with their shields like two boars, and either wounded other passing sore.
And then they avoided their saddles, and dressed their shields, and drew their swords, and flang together as wood men, and there were many strokes given in a while.
Then came in Sir Gahalantine with a great spear and Launcelot against him, with all their strength that they might drive, that both their spears to-brast even to their hands, and then they flang out with their swords and gave many a grim stroke.
It could throw them to the floor in agonized writhing as Satan himself was torn from their soul hence the story of the old preacher who, when women rushed to raise a new-saved mourner, cried out “Leave her lay where Jesus flang her!”
We always let water over the bridge lie where Jesus flang it; you know that.
"I jes 'sorta flang out a fist an' he got in the way."