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Synonyms for maul

ill-treat

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to injure or damage, as by abuse or heavy wear

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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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Swansea led with an early try after a driving maul, Aled Cockwell getting the touchdown.
The post Mauls on a roll at Rugby World Cup appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Penalties will continue to be awarded for blocking, by players who join a maul in front of the ballcarrier, but the so-called "truck and trailer", when a player detaches and then reattaches to the back of a maul will be punished with a freekick.
In case you're not familiar, a maul is an axe/sledgehammer combination.
I'd love to get hold of some American Persimmon root to fashion several mauls.
Richie Vernon 6 Used as a line-out target, largely tidy at the scrum base and grafted in the mauls, one typical exciting break.
The international law-makers dispensed with that trialled variation, much to the delight of those that feel the maul and all its driving might plays an integral role in rugby union.
ALAN TAIT is steeling the Newcastle Falcons for the nightmare return of the maul.
ELVs NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTION INTO LAW Law 17 - Maul - Head and shoulders not to be lower than hips.
But next year, an Irishman bound into that maul in defence would - at considerable risk to life and limb - be able simply to pull the tide of blue shirts to the floor and halt its momentum.
It was all a bit messy as Flood screwed a drop goal shot well wide and Northampton finally got their act together with a series of driving mauls which ended with Christian Labit driving over even though it appeared he lost the ball as he crashed through.
Having taken a 7-0 lead after just seven minutes, and having the beating of their opposite numbers in the backs, YM were once again `old-manned' by a big Brid pack who spent most of the day `sticking the ball up their jumpers' and driving it forward with a succession of rolling mauls.
Straeuli added: ``For the first time,England got penalised for what I call `streetwise' infringements at rucks and mauls.
The Wallabies coach described the fearsome mauls as simply a much bigger, "road-train" version of the offence known as 'truck and trailer', which involves the ball carrier being preceded into a tackle by one of his own players.
Ginger herself enjoys a few moments of heightened sexual pleasure, and she enthusiastically mauls a couple of obnoxious idiots.