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  • n. Plural form of thrasher.


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  • Mr. Yarrel mentions a combat that occurred on the west coast of Scotland between a whale and some saw-fishes, aided by a force of "thrashers"

    Harper's Young People, February 3, 1880 An Illustrated Weekly

  • Report Abuse mugwumps? still better than 'thrashers'.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Hurry back, Captain K. Tags: atlanta thrashers, broken foot, ilya kovalchuk

    Does Ilva Kovalchuk have (broken) foot out the door? - sports

  • Having toured with Norwegian prog-jazzers SynKoke, London avant funk group WorldService Project continue their Match & Fuse collaborations with Berlin sax'n'guitar thrashers Schulbus.

    This week's new live music

  • Brown thrashers are also cousins to mockingbirds and catbirds.

    One for the birds

  • The hysterical thrashers would quickly be thrown overboard in favor of the more calm and rational minds that must prevail if we are to find real solutions in dire situations.

    Sound Politics: Global Warming Update

  • Then if you had seen the dust and heard the blows! the noise of a hundred thousand thrashers, the flight of the chaff which they drive about, would be but a type of it.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • WHAT TO WATCH: In a pool of thrashers, Franzi has the smoothest -- and most efficient -- stroke.

    Good As Gold

  • Along the road I spotted lots of cedar waxwings in addition to the usual eastern kingbirds, redwinged blackbirds, brown thrashers, and gray catbirds.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The thrashers haven't gotten their feet wet in terms of sports teams in atlanta... every other team that is here has been here for 20 years and has had streaks of success.

    Challenges mount in Atlanta


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