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

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Examples

  • Players like Tyson Chandler and Nene Hilario sit on the FA block while Paul gets his name hurled around a circle like a sadistic hot potato game.

    Chris Paul Trade Rumors: Odds for Each Team in the Running for CP3

  • Curiously, few supporters of Mr. Clinton used the phrase hurled by the mayor of Washington, Marion Barry, at those who objected to his election comeback: “Get over it.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Hundred-ton guns were toys compared with the micro-organic projectiles hurled from the laboratories, the messengers of death, the destroying angels that stalked through the empire of a billion souls.

    THE UNPARALLELED INVASION

  • Empty food boxes hurled from the food stands were already piled up against the fences of the outer concourse.

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  • Bower duly presents a Brown who is both psychologically flawed — to adapt a phrase hurled against the then chancellor by an anonymous official, assumed to be Blair's former press secretary Alastair Campbell — and a political bruiser of the most brutal kind.

    Who Is Gordon Brown?

  • Anyone remember the name of the surgeon who was killed a few years ago by a group of kids — one of whom had picked up a big piece of concrete which he hurled from a moving car?

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  • And all great movements are popular movements, volcanic eruptions of human passions and emotional sentiments, stirred either by the cruel Goddess of Distress or by the firebrand of the word hurled among the masses; they are not the lemonade-like outpourings of literary aesthetes and drawingroom heroes.

    Mein Kampf

  • Hundred-ton guns were toys compared with the micro - organic projectiles hurled from the laboratories, the messengers of death, the destroying angels that stalked through the empire of a billion souls.

    The Unparalleled Invasion

  • These were some of the terms hurled forth in sharp rasping sentences, and it seemed as if blood must surely be shed ere the confusion ended.

    Glen of the High North

  • A weapon hurled from the Latin ranks caused the indignant Trojans to rise in arms, forgetful of the treaty, and the fight raged more fiercely than before.

    National Epics

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