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Synonyms for maul

ill-treat

Synonyms for maul

to injure or damage, as by abuse or heavy wear

Synonyms for maul

a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges

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split (wood) with a maul and wedges

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injure badly by beating

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Maule, of Keithmuir Road in Drumoak, pleaded guilty to the offence and avoided the maximum eight-year ban he could have faced.
Maule is set to join the London-based firm in August and it is to open a new office in New York.
And after Maule's score, Connacht managed to have the final say with a fourth try for Ewen McKeon to secure two bonus points.
Maule - which is Cindy's maiden name - made clocks and watches on the High Street in Wooler for more than 100 years before the business moved to Blackett Street, Newcastle, in 1855, operating as a watchmakers and jewellers shop.
Maule's try gave the Scarlets hope of overhauling holders Leinster in their crunch Heineken Cup tie a fortnight ago, but it wasn't to be as the scrum malfunctioned and they came off second best at the breakdown.
Scarlets centre Maule said the call-ups are a result of the development work that has been put in at the region and believes it has shown the next crop of youngsters what can be achieved at the club.
Mr Maule added that the proposed turbine would be close to picturesque land.
Tom Maule, a man always willing to help and provide a little advice along the way, is reaching out to male juveniles at Ethan Allen School through a barbershop training program.
Thief Andrew Maule, 29, picked them up when property seized in a raid on his house was being returned.
MauledAgain (www.mauledagain.blogspot.com) is a blog by James Edward Maule, Professor of Tax Law at Villanova University School of Law.
By measuring the overall magnetic field only at certain very long wavelengths, the portion of the field due to the rocks of Earth's crust stands out from the core's contribution, says Cathrine Fox Maule, a geophysicist at the Center for Planetary Science in Copenhagen.
The second was for a rebuild of Cartulinas CMPC's 5.4 m (213 in) wide packaging board machine at its Maule mill in Chile.
OBSCURED views from her front window are a thing of the past for housebound Coventry resident Grace Maule, after dedicated workers cut back her garden hedge.