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


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  • Meanwhile, Texans rookie David Carr was again hounded by a relentless pass rush and was sacked nine times.

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  • "If you come out because you are being hounded, that is very different than being arrested in a bathroom," Ms. Press said.

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  • "It's pretty much the same people every time," says Mr. Bosh, adding that he gets "hounded" everywhere he goes.

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  • It will be used to portray Clinton as being "hounded" from the race, and that's going to motivate Clinton voters.

    Super-Del Tom Allen Announces Support For Obama; Calls On Race To End

  • So far, in reality, she's only been "hounded" by a pack of mice.

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  • Mr. Welch invited Mr. Clifford to see him the next day, and Mr. Clifford says he has "hounded" the former CEO ever since.

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  • But how much of that is because people like Mr. Barkley [a Domino's pizza deliveryman who says Acorn "hounded" him to register between 10 and 15 times] have registered multiple times?

    The Angry Right

  • It was on her son's farm, across the lake at "Skunk's Hollow," as the place was classically named; and the money would never have been tied up in this way had her mother not begged and pleaded and fairly "hounded"'Rill into letting the shiftless brother have her savings on very uncertain security.

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  • When the Independent called her last Thursday, she told us she'd been "hounded" by the media and still had nothing to say about the voicemail.

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  • The Iron Man actress is grateful she and Martin aren't "hounded" as much as her ex, but admits she still feels for the A-list couple.

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