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Then they begin to pick up rocks and hurl them at her again and again from close range.

Police would also be permitted to use firearms against demonstrators who hurl Molotov cocktails.

David J. Schwartz once suggested that success depends on the support of other people.The only hurdle between you and what you want to be in is the support of other people. hurl

They are blue-colored genies who hurl spheres of elemental energy at their enemies.

Com, May 2006 In 2003 he appeared in the play Hurl, written by Charlie O'Neill.

If you think you're going to hurl, run to the bathroom because I'm not going to clean up your puke.

Looking round he saw a lancer single him out, gallop forward and hurl his spear at his breast.

Hurl! was an American TV game show from G4 that first premiered on G4 in the USA on July 16, 2008.

They are skilled with them in melee, but can also summon and hurl swords made of lightning or ice.

Thongs almost manages to escape with the baby, but is forced to surrender when the triads threaten to hurl Octopus to his death.

They constantly hurl pet names at each other.

“And then after the fact, instead, he decides to hurl these unqualified accusations against Kenneth.

''And then after the fact, instead, he decides to hurl these unqualified accusations against Kenneth.

Students hurl projectiles at the police on Boulevard Saint Germain in Paris during the uprisings of May 6, 1968.

A "hurl" is defined on the show as any swallowed food that comes out of the mouth.

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