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- v. Present participle of hatchet.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And he's going to start hatcheting (ph) with entitlement reform and issues that can really bring the deficit down.
NGUYEN: A teenager accused of shooting and hatcheting patrons at a gay bar in Massachusetts is in critical condition this morning.
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.
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.
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.
Latest signs look good, but hatcheting no counts before they chicken).
But all I know of woodcraft is hatcheting me a path through virgin forest. "