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dogpile

(Usenet, probably from mainstream "puppy pile") When many people post unfriendly responses in short order to a single posting, they are sometimes said to "dogpile" or "dogpile on" the person to whom they're responding. For example, when a religious missionary posts a simplistic appeal to alt.atheism, he can expect to be dogpiled.
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A dog pile emerged on my left with Iraqis in blue suits wrestling with the shoe-hurler, Iraqi journalist Muntathar al Zaidi.
I was in the bottom of the dog pile. I couldn't breathe.
Instead of going from one search engine to another, this can be accomplished more easily using "metasearch" sites, such as Dogpile (dog pile.com) or Webcrawler (webcrawle.com), that tap into multiple search engines from a single query.
Both child and dog pile out of the car and trail along behind me to the bank of the creek.
Nik Stauskas missed a halfcourt heave at the buzzer for second-seeded Michigan (28-9), and moments later, Harrison was under a dog pile -- or make that a puppy pile.
"When you get fourth like we did last year, all you want is to get back and be on the bottom of that dog pile," said Wetzler, a senior left-handed starting pitcher who turned down a chance to play professionally after being selected in the fifth round of the 2013 MLB draft by the Philadelphia Phillies.
She got a pitch she could hit and sent a rocket into left center that found the gap, allowing two runs to score as the Bulldogs earned their first regional since 2014 and in true mascot fashion, a dog pile awaited Miller at third base after Ashlyn Hammond scored the winning run.
Tramaine Brock broke up a pass intended for Harry Douglas and Bowman got his hands on the ball and took off, then received a celebratory dog pile from teammates in the end zone.
First there was the dog pile of ecstatic players on the field after the final horn and then the dumping of Gatorade on coach Jen Larsen-Beck's head, later followed by tears and hugs and more dog piles.
The Colts celebrated with the trophy and a dog pile after Wednesday's victory.
When the dog pile converged on him at the end of the game, he found himself at the bottom, his face mashed into the dirt.