body slam


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body slam

n.
A wrestling move in which one wrestler picks up and throws the other to the floor.
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The bus is AARP and The Americans with Disabilities Act who (we predict) in the coming years will enact the full body slam of litigation for the under-illumination of spaces for the visually handicapped (that would be everyone over 50).
Johnny Douglas took the lead in the second round of his bout with Alf Cadman with a body slam and press.
Fortunately, the hard turn had positioned my body between Kayla and the wall at impact, which protected her from a full, face-on body slam into the wall.
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