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scrag

Informal the neck of a human being
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For the fabrication of high strength leaf springs, the process comprises shearing, punching, heat treatment, hot cambering, shot peening, scragging, and testing for load rate and fatigue life.
Forced to watch school-leaver Rory Clegg blaze a trail in the wake of Jonny Wilkinson's dislocated knee, Miller has been scragging what bits and pieces he can at Tynedale when fitness has permitted.
The five-metre gap behind the scrum is intended to stop defending players scragging the opposing scrum-half or No.
The only blip on an otherwise excellent performance from Cusiter was the Wales forwards scragging him a couple of times at the base of a ruck.
"Although we all had to play cricket and rugby, I never shone at either, but I remember the star player, Cartwright and his boisterous cohort, scragging smaller boys.
Only Wilkes knows why the 85th-minute scragging of Ashley Ward failed to merit a penalty kick, because nobody else - Brian Little included - could fathom it out.
The Italians targeted Phillips early on at the breakdown with Parisse scragging the Lions scrum-half at a couple of breakdowns.