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harl

(hærl; hɑːl)
vb
1. (tr) to drag (something) along the ground
2. (intr) to drag oneself; trail along
3. (Building) (tr) to cover (a building) with a mixture of lime and gravel; roughcast
4. (Angling) (intr) to troll for fish
n
5. the act of harling or dragging
6. a small quantity; a scraping
7. (Building) a mixture of lime and gravel; roughcast
[C18: of unknown origin]
ˈharling n

harl

(hɑːl)
n
(Angling) angling a variant of herl

Harl

 a leash of three hounds; a small quantity, sometimes termed a couple and a half. See also leash.
Examples: harl of greyhounds, 1847; of hounds, 1827.

harl


Past participle: harled
Gerund: harling

Imperative
harl
harl
Present
I harl
you harl
he/she/it harls
we harl
you harl
they harl
Preterite
I harled
you harled
he/she/it harled
we harled
you harled
they harled
Present Continuous
I am harling
you are harling
he/she/it is harling
we are harling
you are harling
they are harling
Present Perfect
I have harled
you have harled
he/she/it has harled
we have harled
you have harled
they have harled
Past Continuous
I was harling
you were harling
he/she/it was harling
we were harling
you were harling
they were harling
Past Perfect
I had harled
you had harled
he/she/it had harled
we had harled
you had harled
they had harled
Future
I will harl
you will harl
he/she/it will harl
we will harl
you will harl
they will harl
Future Perfect
I will have harled
you will have harled
he/she/it will have harled
we will have harled
you will have harled
they will have harled
Future Continuous
I will be harling
you will be harling
he/she/it will be harling
we will be harling
you will be harling
they will be harling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been harling
you have been harling
he/she/it has been harling
we have been harling
you have been harling
they have been harling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been harling
you will have been harling
he/she/it will have been harling
we will have been harling
you will have been harling
they will have been harling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been harling
you had been harling
he/she/it had been harling
we had been harling
you had been harling
they had been harling
Conditional
I would harl
you would harl
he/she/it would harl
we would harl
you would harl
they would harl
Past Conditional
I would have harled
you would have harled
he/she/it would have harled
we would have harled
you would have harled
they would have harled
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As a responsible government contractor it is the right thing to do," said Randy Harl, president and chief executive officer, KBR.