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a vigorous blow

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an uproarious party

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hit hard

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is an indicator function set equal to zero if the administration does not bash the central bank's policy choice and equal to one if bashing occurs.
But the church hierarchy remains fixated on winning tax subsidies for its large parochial school system and is not above bashing public schools to achieve that goal.
Hey, even we old fogey conservatives are getting sort of tired of all the Bill Clinton bashing we keep hearing.
Vachss, who in the early 1970s ran a maximum-security institution for hard-case juveniles, has studied violence long enough to understand the complicated rages that cause gay bashing.
They now understand the concept of gay bashing much better than in the past, when it was often blamed on the victim or seen as an isolated event.
The fact that dangers lurk closely behind most thrilling adventures, especially if one doesn't take enough precautions and use the maximum protective mechanisms available, is proved once again with the tragic death of a four-year-old Indian boy in a dune bashing accident at Al Badeer in the Madm area of Sharjah last Tuesday.
The bashing of college and university administrators is part of what is wrong with this discussion.
His was the third gay bashing in a month in that location.
But if Hellewell was hoping to add some academic gravitas to his separation bashing, he must have been quickly disappointed: Gedicks, a fellow Mormon, took the opposite tack.
While it was true that Barbara Boxer was bashing Condoleezza Rice, what really happened was a heated exchange.
Not since the convention that nominated Barry Goldwater in 1964 has a gathering of the Republican faithful featured so much UN bashing from so many prominent players in the party," wrote columnist John Nichols of the liberal Madison, Wisconsin, Capital Times on September 9.
Instead of bashing Nader, Weinstein should ask what was it about Gore that he could not carry his home state of Tennessee, or Clinton's Arkansas.
Instead of "gay bashing," which was the unproven excuse for the May 1996 federal legislation giving special privileges to homosexuals, (Bill C-33) we now have "Christian bashing," with homosexuals leading it.
THE Pink Panthers are off to Dublin as gay bashing - coupled with the entire question of equal rights for homosexuals in Ireland - is watched with concern from America.