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scuffle

US a type of hoe operated by pushing rather than pulling
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Before he bought the paper, in 1976, he was just another scuffler, putting out The Star.
A midfielder, signed by his predecessor, Howard Kendall didn't fancy the spiky little scuffler and told how he planned to offload him.
I'm from Hartlepool, so I suppose it comes with the territory," said Young, when asked about his reputation as a scuffler.
At first glance Lennon looks like a Sunday morning park player, a scuffler who may possess the body of a long-retired athlete.
Kendall, 33, a longtime Nike Tour scuffler who has turned into a toy tiger this season.
He is also a crucial member of the side, as is Neil Lennon even if his jerky, bustling style of play makes him look like a scuffler at times.
The last rites to his charismatic career had just been read by an ordinary scuffler called Trevor Berbick.
A MIDFIELD scuffler who fancies himself as cross between David Blaine and David Beckham.
And that 75 minutes had passed before Sorensen was first tested - albeit by Andy Faye's underhit scuffler from 20 yards - speaks volumes.
And if scuffler Savage, who likes to pose in his Armani threads alongside his Bentley, thinks he is a sharper playboy than Souness, perhaps he should be reminded that Souness was accompanied on one of his many open-top bus celebrations by a reigning Miss World.
The accompanying description states: "From Liverpool scufflers to conventional Pop idols; from sleek millionaires to psychedelic bandsmen; from lank-haired hippies to trinket-bedecked Caesars, their Empire dissolving around them.