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Since we have limbs, we all know what it means to beat against a resistant material, to penetrate a soft or liquid substance, to crush, to drum, to pummel, to kick, and perhaps even to dance as well.
A surf of objects that beat against the doors of the skull
As the waves beat against the shore and drag everything in sight, it sometimes seems that whenever California voters make an earthshaking decision at the polls, the rest of the country wants to follow suit.
And it would take a foolhardy gambler to beat against him adding another, and signing off with a 10-in-a-row farewell.
Whatever the reason, Egerton Ryerson, the Methodist bishop and leader of the Protestant majority, used the bishop's apparent willingness to cooperate like a stick to beat against his successor's inflexibility on the separate school issue.
The option will also display the current beat against a reference beat, and display the relative deviation value for all leads.
Conclusion Probably needs to hate the surface to get beat against this lot.
GROUP A: Cameroon v Brazil, 9pm HOSTS Brazil will be aiming to finally dance to the rhythm of a samba beat against Cameroon today.
Some teams will think they are going to get beat against them.
When we got beat against Wigan, no-one said 'that was a good result against Tottenham' funnily enough.
STEVE COWAN looks at one team who are hard to beat against a side who don't work hard enough and predicts a Motherwell win over Hibs tomorrow.