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


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  • The only way Miami can avoid being mauled is if their wing players force Indiana coach Rick Carlisle to stay with a small lineup.

  • Obama had his first tough but fair interview, and he was "mauled" by a Baier.

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  • In a recent interview, Omar Regan, a son of Mr. Abdullah, became emotional as he decried how his father has been inhumanely "mauled" by the dog.

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  • Vincent, who recalls being "mauled" by asphalt while mimicking this activity in his youth, blames Fox for popularizing the dangerous practice by making it look cool. Top Stories

  • In one week, an 18-month-old boy in Luling and a 7-month-old boy on San Antonio's West Side have been mauled by the breed of dog that has become synonymous with the word "mauled": the pit bull.


  • i once "mauled" a chick to near death … mauled her ass reall good … and deep … and yeah. wait, what!?!


  • Roy got mauled because an idiot got in a cage with a tiger.

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  • In his opening, he was riffing on Roy's return to the Las Vegas stage with the tiger that had mauled him.

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  • The father in Charles Harper Webb's "The Sound That Wakes Me at Night, Thinking of It" imagines getting his hands on the killer of his child and utters a soul-curdling cry, "between a train grinding to a panic-stop, / and a jet fighter screeching off to bomb Iraq— / sound of a gut-stuck bear before it mauled Neanderthal."

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  • The next person who completes my sentences in such a manner is going to get mauled.

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