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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
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maul

[mȯl]
(engineering)
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maul, mall

maul
1. A heavy, wooden mallet. 2.See beetle.
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Malling Centenary strawberries proved to be so popular that I decided that I must grow it, starting right now.
The growth and expansion of the West Malling Local Shops website has exceeded all expectations, and the visitor numbers continue to climb.
Dr David Simpson from East Malling Research said: "Consumer demand for fresh strawberries in the UK has been growing year on year since the early 1990s.
Good varieties include 'Glen Moy', an early cropper with berries from late June, 'Glen Ample' and 'Malling Delight', both of which have excellent flavour.
Good varieties include Glen Moy, an early cropper with berries from late June, Glen Ample and Malling Delight, both of which have excellent flavour.
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Hans Jorgen Malling of the National University Hospital in Copenhagen weighed the evidence from all published papers on IT for allergic rhinitis and asthma from 1980 to 1998.
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And in the days before malling became a verb, Saturday afternoons often found us returning armloads of overdue library books.