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a hard blow with a flat object

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deliver a hard blow to

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Long a contributor to National Review, he mocked academic groupthink--and thwacked the New York Review of Books for having "done more to discourage good writing in the United States than the Litkontrol branch of the Politburo has in the Soviet Union.
Which is good news for the female population, because it means that, in future, public schools will turn out well-adjusted young men who don't get sexually aroused at the thought of being thwacked across the bare bum with a leather strap or being tied to a chair with a large jaffa in their mouths.
After this introspective North Indian first hal the second part looks Southwards with R L Prakash guesting on ghatam , a voluminous clay pot, thwacked by spidery fingertips.
chairman of the Democratic National Committee, roundly thwacked Bob Dole for his plans to campaign in Chicago during the Democrats' convention.
For that blind-side, vertebrae-crunching hit he laid on Colorado Avalanche rookie Steve Moore almost a week ago, Vancouver Canucks star Todd Bertuzzi should be led to the gallows, put in the stocks, drawn and quartered, tarred and feathered, rubbed down with an oaken towel, stoned, flogged, lambasted, horsewhipped, blackballed, bowstrung, thwacked, walloped, admonished, castigated, castrated, and, if possible, taken over his father's knee after a stern lecture.
The dull thud of people being thwacked with duck down, feather and foam echoed around the university for more than a minute and when time was called, they didn't give up.
Their sound is one of ultimate minimalism, a small praise drum emphatically thwacked with one stick, a three-stringed lute sliding out intricate phrases and two alternating singers, accompanying themselves by drumming sharp clicks on small wooden tubes.
He pushed back to try to get them off him, so the security thwacked him.
What, like when Stuart Broad thwacked that catch to first slip at Trent Bridge, you mean?
As a pair of poles thwacked against each other in the heat of a run, deckhand Mike Winn blurted out a well-rehearsed "en garde.
THIS is (probably) how Max George looked when Lindsay Lohan ALLEGEDLY thwacked psychic Tiffany Mitchell at a New York nightclub in a bid to get his attention, which ended up getting her arrested.
Eric Pickles was obviously forced to go on cross-country runs but ended up walking at the back with the other fat lads only to be screamed at by a PE teacher, thwacked on his ample backside and thrown into a cold shower.
Take a bow Sky Sports commentator Mark Robson who thwacked me with a great retort at last week's County Antrim Shield semi-final between Linfield and Crusaders at The Oval.