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  • v. Present participle of hatchet.


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  • And he's going to start hatcheting (ph) with entitlement reform and issues that can really bring the deficit down.

    CNN Transcript Apr 29, 2009

  • NGUYEN: A teenager accused of shooting and hatcheting patrons at a gay bar in Massachusetts is in critical condition this morning.

    CNN Transcript Feb 5, 2006

  • The site celebrates those companies that are doing extraordinary things to sustain their business - rather than hatcheting staff - and, most importantly, shows others how they're doing it.

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  • If you know any more let us know science cockup last week and that bit of party hatcheting on Monday, this is probably politically far more serious.

    Irish Blogs

  • In our attempts to find meaning in a world that is mostly random and chaotic and very complex, we are quick to abandon context to draw conclusions that don't fit the reality [A great example is this post,, where John Quiggin is taken in by the Guardian's hatcheting of comments made by Brigadier General Ed Butler.

    Political Beliefs and Self-Deception, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Latest signs look good, but hatcheting no counts before they chicken).

    On Southern Mexico

  • But all I know of woodcraft is hatcheting me a path through virgin forest. "

    The Lady of Loyalty House A Novel


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