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nurl


Past participle: nurled
Gerund: nurling

Imperative
nurl
nurl
Present
I nurl
you nurl
he/she/it nurls
we nurl
you nurl
they nurl
Preterite
I nurled
you nurled
he/she/it nurled
we nurled
you nurled
they nurled
Present Continuous
I am nurling
you are nurling
he/she/it is nurling
we are nurling
you are nurling
they are nurling
Present Perfect
I have nurled
you have nurled
he/she/it has nurled
we have nurled
you have nurled
they have nurled
Past Continuous
I was nurling
you were nurling
he/she/it was nurling
we were nurling
you were nurling
they were nurling
Past Perfect
I had nurled
you had nurled
he/she/it had nurled
we had nurled
you had nurled
they had nurled
Future
I will nurl
you will nurl
he/she/it will nurl
we will nurl
you will nurl
they will nurl
Future Perfect
I will have nurled
you will have nurled
he/she/it will have nurled
we will have nurled
you will have nurled
they will have nurled
Future Continuous
I will be nurling
you will be nurling
he/she/it will be nurling
we will be nurling
you will be nurling
they will be nurling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been nurling
you have been nurling
he/she/it has been nurling
we have been nurling
you have been nurling
they have been nurling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been nurling
you will have been nurling
he/she/it will have been nurling
we will have been nurling
you will have been nurling
they will have been nurling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been nurling
you had been nurling
he/she/it had been nurling
we had been nurling
you had been nurling
they had been nurling
Conditional
I would nurl
you would nurl
he/she/it would nurl
we would nurl
you would nurl
they would nurl
Past Conditional
I would have nurled
you would have nurled
he/she/it would have nurled
we would have nurled
you would have nurled
they would have nurled
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COACH Rob Jones,devotion to the rebuilding of NURL is similar in scope and awe .
The handovers resulting from errant offloads and frustrating indiscipline began to sap the energy of NURL.
NURL full back Liam Clarke provided more than a match for Bahadori and Jardine's tactical kicking, collecting every kick and surging his way up the turf as though running on hot coals, despite the impediment of only possessing three studs in his archaic boots.