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


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  • Tasman swore by him, but Ngani-Ngani hatcheted him just the same.


  • A couple of years ago, when a New York magazine blogger hatcheted my prose on her personal blog — "This writing is so god awful," she wrote — I responded.

    Faith in Facebook

  • 'Slept' for death does sound more like natural death, not the term you'd naturally use for someone who got hatcheted!

    Chronology of the Kings of Gwynedd in the seventh century

  • But aerials -- despite new rules requiring helmets in '89 and new judging criteria rewarding clean execution -- wound up getting hatcheted.

    A Loopy Leap Of Faith

  • In Sierra Leone, so many people had systematically had their arms and legs cut off, and even 3-year-old kids with no arms and legs, because they were hatcheted off, or friends that had to cut off other friends 'hands and legs, and they were traumatized.

    CNN Transcript Jun 20, 2007

  • I would love to see this be serialized without the hatcheted ending.

    CYCLE THIEVES by Mark Ward | Fiction | Futurismic

  • Moreover, under the gentle ministrations of the likes of DeLay and Frist and Gingrich before them, the institutional structures that used to provide some power to the minority party in either house of Congress have been systematically and intentionally hatcheted.


  • "Can't be any of the fleet," said Disko, peering under his eyebrows, a hand on the foc'sle gangway as the solid bows hatcheted into the troughs.

    Captains Courageous

  • And he gave me a line of B.S. And he hatcheted me. - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Why else would so many Bush insiders (who hatcheted him in the 2000 R primaries) either be working for him or pipelining strategy to him?

    Barry Crimmins : Political Satirist:


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