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inflict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a tool, or a weapon

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affect suddenly with deep feeling

cause physical pain or suffering in

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Being in the Patrol Squadron is like being a family, but this is the first time together since I joined Smiter 18 months ago.
Shetland Pony Grand National spokeswoman Karen Smiter said: "For those of you who have not come across this spectacle before, this is a fabulous display of pony racing over miniature steeplechase fences.
His century in the Bloemfontein one-dayer was a particularly smart one and there are sound reasons to believe he's much more than a fearsome smiter of average bowling.
ROD PAMPLING, a 300-yard smiter of the golf ball, will be ideally suited to the wide open spaces of Sugarloaf this week and is a sporting 18-1 fancy with Stan James to land top Australasian honours in the BellSouth Classic, which starts today in Georgia.
Well, I can tell you that this titanic smiter was one Edward Blackwell, a native of the Auld Toon, who later became a formidable member of Kidderminster GC and who was one of the earliest stalwarts of the Worcestershire county team.
Top batsman: Hansie Cronje - the captain was the Proteas' top Test and 50-over run-scorer in England last year and is a ferocious smiter.
Then there's Davis Love, another mighty smiter, David Toms, the best of the Americans at the last Ryder Cup and, among the up-and-comers, Charles Howell.
18) This interpretation retained its popularity beyond the Reformation because two Isaiahan prophecies likewise suggest that the messiah would suffer the indignity of having his hair and beard pulled out: Isaiah 53:7--"as a sheepe before her shearer is dumme, so he openeth not his mouth"--and Isaiah 50:6: "I gaue my backe unto the smiters, and my cheekes to the nippers" (the Geneva Bible glossed "nippers" as "those who pull out the beard").
45) In a 1664 work entitled Saints No Smiters, the Baptist John Tombes refuted justifications of rebellion against worldly governments, maintaining that if God chose to use the saints in the destruction of the beast, it would be through their prayers and testimony and not through armed conflict.
Up there leading the smiters was Tony Blair, who is unable to see a media bandwagon trundling past without wanting to leap aboard.