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Mr Faulkner reiterated it was dangerous for both New Zealand and Australia to promote the bludger stereotype.
The bludger in its various forms is the antithesis and the enemy of the worker.
Michael Williams, nine: "It's great - you get to get the snitch if you don't get hit by a bludger.
The contest between Carlos Tevez (18 goals) and Bulgarian bludger Dimitar Berbatov (19) would be described as neckand-neck if Berbatov had one fewer goal and Tevez (right) one more neck.
But here the chase around, between and under the stadium between Harry and Draco Malfoy pursued by a rogue bludger is as dazzling as it is breathtaking.
THERE have been more sightings of Skippy than Harry Kewell in the last 12 months - but the Aussie bludger is closing in on a place in the Liverpool starting line-up for the Champions League Final next week.
She said: "In my deepest soul, perhaps I wanted to see him hit by the bludger.
At the same time, they have to avoid a second ball called a bludger, which attacks players.
There was even bumphing by the Wasps, where the bludger is hit towards the crowd.
He went on: "You're a bludger (scrounger) living off the Government, you hairy legged lesbian.
But Mulheron, 48, screamed at her: "You're a bludger [scrounger] living off the Government, you hairy legged lesbian.
A keeper defends the hoops, while two beaters throw bludgers (dodgeballs) at opposing players to temporarily knock them out of the game.
And up to September 1 the Studio Tour will reveal how magical sports and wizarding games came to life on screen during its first Bludgers and Broomsticks sessions.
It is unworthy, no more than idle slightly sickening curiosity over modernity in its most odious form, the sort that technology worsens, by making people lazier and greedier, tantalizing them with visions of the unattainable, driving many of them to be refugees and bludgers in Europe or America.