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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]
(engineering)

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.
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Regional malls will continue to be the hot property type in 2003.