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haymaker

[′hā‚mak·ər]
(agriculture)
A machine for curing hay.
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The young women of 2007 are the WKD generation (Will Kill Detractors) and most of them love nothing more than guzzling a gallon or two of a vodkabased drink before hurling insults at each other and throwing haymakers.
You didn't see me come rushing out like I usually do, throwing haymakers,' said Enzo.
De La Hoya said he believes many people still expect him to stick and move and not allow for many toe-to-toe exchanges because he hasn't fought in 20months, and because Mayorga, though very wild, can do damage with some of the haymakers he unleashes.
A friend of Josiah Wedgwood, Stubbs painted also painted on the potter's earthenware plaques and two examples from the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, which show haymakers at work, are being re-united with versions painted on wood in the Tate Britain collection.
The six-minute bout on Friday night turned into a non-stop slug-fest as both men ignored their training and waded in with the haymakers.
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They clearly don't like each other very much but thankfully there were no haymakers flying in The Haymarket when Rob McCracken met up with Howard Eastman in London yesterday to promote next month's European middleweight title fight, writes GED SCOTT.
Jabs, hooks, haymakers, special moves, combos, counters and knock downs add to the fierce action.
The pair - who have a history of bad blood - exchanged words and then punches after leaving the mat, triggering a melee that saw fans join in and members of both teams swinging haymakers.
He showed a lack of consistency by sternly warning Glasgow centre Henderson for accidentally colliding with Chris Wyatt, who didn't even earn a finger-wagging for replying with a flurry of haymakers.
And then we'll throw our haymakers, and it's a different story when we throw our haymakers.
FUN Clockwise from top right, haymakers take a break at Pendre, Bridgend, in 1935, pedigree and teenage dolls were big in the 1950s and 60s, members of Bridgend Military Club holding a weekly war games meeting in 1981, members of Hope Church Scout Troop and teenagers enjoy themselves at the "baths" c.