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maul

1. a heavy two-handed hammer suitable for driving piles, wedges, etc.
2. Rugby a loose scrum that forms around a player who is holding the ball and on his feet

maul

[mȯl]
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maul, mall

maul
1. A heavy, wooden mallet. 2.See beetle.
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Macon Mall is one of the largest super-regional malls located in the southeastern United States and one of only two that features six anchor department stores, including Sears, Dillard's, JCPenney, Belk, Rich's and Parisian.
The The Oaks mall draws shoppers from throughout the region and already represents a major source of income for the city, which gets nearly 10 percent of its total sales tax revenue from The Oaks.
kiosk in the Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream, New York.
Out of supposed respect for property rights, the court stresses the ability of malls to impose reasonable "time, place, and manner" restrictions on the activists.
Redevelopment will transform Echelon Mall into Voorhees Town Center
Prominent New York-based developer The Clarett Group recently donated $10,000 to the Broadway Mall Association.
You have to remember major malls are a pain to shop in,'' Barnard said.
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NYSE: CBL) today celebrated the grand opening of The Plaza at Fayette Mall in Lexington, KY.
The Mall was constructed in 1986 and renovated in 2000, and consists of a total of 632,562 s/f.
His expertise will help Mall Networks accelerate client acceptance of their online malls and further build and enhance customer loyalty for the world's leading brands through online shopping.
Regional malls will continue to be the hot property type in 2003.