Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of mangle.
  • noun An act in which something is mangled

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Examples

  • This mangling is evident in the "Rightwing Extremism" memo where Napolitano warns that potentially violent groups include those concerned with a "single issue."

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • This mangling is evident in the "Rightwing Extremism" memo where Napolitano warns that potentially violent groups include those concerned with a "single issue."

    And Now, For My Next Act of Terror...

  • Todays grim motorcycle mangling is tomorrows new liver for some Pisces.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Todays grim motorcycle mangling is tomorrows new liver for some Pisces.

    Astrology and Traffic Tie-ups

  • Bush ought to try to learn English before he starts in mangling Spanish.

    Think Progress » Rewriting history.

  • Now let us write a test program to discuss calling convention mismatch errors. the reason we get this linker error is because the name mangling performed by the compiler

    MSDN Blogs

  • Name mangling updated: The name mangling and hashing scheme has been revised so that names now succeed that previously might have collided (and thus caused a failure).

    EDN Feed

  • Now let us write a test program to discuss calling convention mismatch errors. the reason we get this linker error is because the name mangling performed by the compiler

    MSDN Blogs

  • Now let us write a test program to discuss calling convention mismatch errors. the reason we get this linker error is because the name mangling performed by the compiler

    MSDN Blogs

  • I don't recall mangling "It's great to know that Gordon will be demoted instead of one of the 7 dwarfs" that badly

    Royals Review

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