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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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As the minutes rolled on so did the away side's maul as they tested the RGC defence.
I enjoy that battle in the scrum and maul but let's have a balance.
There's never been anybody injured in a collapsed maul yet, but there's thousands every week that get penalised.
Maul has to work around the lack of an opera archive or even its remnants, as well as the loss of most scores.
Maul is a land rights and easement resource agent and also boasts the impressive professional designations of Accredited Buyer Representative, Certified Residential Specialist, e-PRO Internetmarketing specialist, and Graduate REALTOR Institute member.
Expecting old-school trundles to be a big feature of Guinness Premiership play this term after IRB rulings removed the right for players to drag down the driving maul, Bates admitted recruitment had been carried out with one eye on that development.
Talking to senior figures in refereeing circles reveals a palpable lack of either sympathy or lament at the removal of the driving maul from the game.
Saints then dominated possession for the rest of the half but were unable to make any real headway against a solid Falcons defence which was never more evident than when Northampton also opted for the penalty to the corner but failed to convert the driving maul.
Property values have taken off all across the island, but Maul Lani is unique," says Keone Ball, president of the Realtors' Association of Maul and the vice president of Carol Ball and Associates.
Southeastern Maul contains the remnants of 30 temples that were constructed within a 60-year span, between A.
In addition, the company announced that it would offer a Maul embarkation/debarkation option on the Honolulu-based Pride of Aloha, resulting in a seven-day roundtrip cruise from Maul in addition to her current seven-day roundtrip cruise from Honolulu.