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bashing

[′bash·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
The building of walls and nonporous stoppings for the complete isolation of a district of a mine in which a fire has occurred.
The complete stowing of old mine workings or roadways after all equipment has been removed.
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Saying that she has had enough, Sanchez appealed to the fans to spare her children from all the bashing and death threats.
These bashings have been reported all across the world," Sheridian said.
But before we get too high and mighty condemning the Indian media, just imagine our response if dozens of Australian tourists had been racially selected for bashing in, say, Fiji or Malaysia.
The earlier gay bashings on Clapham Common were not communicated by the police to the wider LGBT community.
His was the third gay bashing in a month in that location.
Kapamilya actress Jessy Mendiola has often been the subject of unparalleled online bashing yet she seems to manage to remain composed.
"In the past, gay bashings have not gotten as much press coverage as crimes against other minority groups," says Jack Levin, director of the Brudnick Center on Violence at Northeastern University in Boston.
Maybe the years of education are finally paying off." Newspapers in Philadelphia, Denver, and Logan, Utah, went so far as to revisit past gay bashings that took place in their regions, including one murder dating back to the 1960s.