Drubbing sentence example

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  • In spite of the drubbing he'd taken in the debate, he felt pretty good.
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  • American fashion has taken a drubbing when compared to European style.
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  • Has he not read the previous debate on spiked - commissioned by his own organization - where the global warming case took a drubbing?
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  • I still have hopes that Lancs will get a drubbing in the roses match next week.
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  • Tylor to be a myth of the sun, but the sun could hardly give the sun a drubbing.
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  • Derby drubbing to Hitchin, with Grant Carney smashing a hatrick.
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  • A piano player of sorts, Race was unceremoniously hauled on stage and given a thorough public drubbing.
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  • Labor also suffered a drubbing in Tower Hamlets, losing overall control.
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  • It is also anticipated Michael Howard will receive a similar drubbing at the hands of the UK Independence party.
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  • They conceded 89 goals, including a 5-1 away drubbing at Watford and, worse, a 5-2 home clattering against Bristol City.
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  • drubbing at the hands of Blackpool.
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  • drubbing at the polls.
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  • It's possible we could get a good drubbing.
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  • BNP intervention saved UKIP from an even worst drubbing.
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  • Markyate 1 AFC Dunstable 8 A JAMES MCCARTHY hat-trick saw AFC deal out the second drubbing in as many weeks against lowly Markyate.
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  • The topsy-turvey league was well illustrated as they handed a 5-1 local Derby drubbing to Hitchin, with Grant Carney smashing a hatrick.
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  • Coventry City Ladies hit rock bottom with a 7-1 home drubbing by Blackburn Rovers.
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  • The 3rd XV cross Edinburgh to visit Goldenacre looking to build on their 70 point drubbing of Biggar last week.
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  • Marian Pahars scored two and had one disallowed in last night's 4-0 drubbing of Crystal Palace reserves.
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