pounder


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Synonyms for pounder

(used only in combination) something weighing a given number of pounds

a heavy tool of stone or iron (usually with a flat base and a handle) that is used to grind and mix material (as grain or drugs or pigments) against a slab of stone

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Pounder says the boy had fallen backwards after this gunshot, whilst the shooter stood over him and fired the other shots.
In a paper published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, Prof Pounder said the external examinations would be a more cost-effective method.
The Pounder comes with a cordura sheath lined with Kydex you can attach to Molle systems or such, and the Dinkas are standard with Kydex sheaths, with leather as an option.
Swansea Crown Court heard that Pounder admitted 16 charges of theft and two of false accounting and asked for a further 71 similar charges to be taken into account at his four-hour sentencing hearing.
Swansea Crown Court heard that only-child Pounder, pictured left, was the son of a former high- ranking policeman in South Wales and the 'apple of his father's eye'.
And the deadlock was broken after 55 minutes when Pounder latched onto a Keith Gilroy cross to shoot home.
A Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Big Mac, or Big N' Tasty with Cheese gobbles up about 12 grams of sat fat and 500 to 600 calories, give or take.
Speaking at Dundee University, where he is head of forensic medicine, Prof Pounder, aged 53, spoke of the autopsies he conducted at Jenin Hospital.
GROOM: Natalie 20, and Robert Pounder, T: St Paul's Church, 14 YOU MEET?
In your mind you are there, excited, near trembling, looking over the sights at a 2,000 pounder at 25 yards--and ready to pull the trigger!
Consett restored parity within three minutes as David Pounder struck and when they enjoyed a lot of possession during the second period, the hosts were rewarded with further goals from Gary Ormston, Pounder and Michael Coulthard.
John Pounder, 49, who lived close to Eddie was arrested in connection with his disappearance earlier this year.
Nicholas Pounder, 46, admitted 16 offences of theft and two of false accounting at Swansea crown court yesterday.
The marksman on both occasions was lively left-side striker Dave Pounder, a product of the Seadogs'productive youth policy.
GOALS from David Pounder and Cleveland Taylor were enough to give Scarborough a 2-1 win over Hereford United.