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- v. Past participle of piledrive
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Solid stockades were piledriven into the river bed upstream to ward off floating obstructions; a flotilla of gunboats manned by the Marines of the Guard was brought into service to patrol the approaches, and a vast quantity of material was stockpiled on the island for bridging the last channel.
Keselowski then hits the inside wall and is piledriven by Shelby Howard and another one with vicious hits.
January 20th, 2009 at 3: 55 pm truth is power and david are a bunch of whacko's and the reason why america is being screwed and piledriven
At the end of the day I don't mind bailing out a viable business but GM and Chrysler were piledriven into the dirt by inept even corrupt greedy management, an ill-prepared transition team and an arrogance/contempt for taxpayers that remains unbelievable. (flying personal jets to a meeting begging a bailout)