maulers


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maulers

(ˈmɔːləz)
pl n
slang Brit the hands
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.maulers - large strong hand (as of a fighter)maulers - large strong hand (as of a fighter); "wait till I get my hooks on him"
hand, manus, mitt, paw - the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb; "he had the hands of a surgeon"; "he extended his mitt"
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Edinburgh back-row Bradbury issued his claim after almost single-handedly staving off a slaughter at the hands of Munster's maulers at Thomond Park.
On the finals day the Saracens went undefeated to take the cup in a thrilling final against the Maulers, eventually running out 6-5 winners.
Missoula's Maulers scored all goals in the first period in a 3-1 win over the Eugene Generals in a Northern Pacific Hockey League tournament Friday night.
Brian Daniels scored four touchdowns and quarterback Tijean Pluverge threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Worcester County Wildcats (1-4-1) past the Merrimack Valley Maulers, 41-28, in a New England Football League game at Foley Stadium.
The Premier League has got off to a big-scoring opening with 180s galore and the obvious conclusion is that the opening clash between maximum maulers James Wade and Adrian Lewis will produce another hatful.
They include giant and pygmy versions of otherwise respectable creatures, animals living where or when they are not supposed to, animals that are part one thing and part another, deep sea and deep sky denizens, maulers, and those too weird to fit into any category of weirdness.
NEIL WARNOCK has hit out at the Mourinho maulers by insisting: "You're just jealous of Jose.
They're good defensively at the line-out and are very good maulers.
The teenager is a budding wheelchair basketball player who plays for Mansfield Maulers.
Keith Nichols's Mississippi Maulers followed the MJB and entertained with a programme of dance and jazz classics from the Roaring Twenties.
Among the attractions are Keith Nichol's Mississippi Maulers, the Merseysippi Jazz Band, Dixi from Norway, the Wigan Youth Jazz Orchestra and the 10th Avenue Jazz Band from the US.
2 are "Mozart Maulers," based on the true story of a Sydney Conservatorium of Music student who started a rugby football team of musical misfits and took on the greatest club in the country.