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beat

(Defeat), verb be superior, be supreme, be victoriius over, bring to terms, checkmate, claim a victory, crush, dash, discomfit, excel, get the best of, get thebetter of, have the advantage, hold the advantage, lay waste, obtain a victory, outclass, outdo, outflank, outmaneuver, outpoint, outrange, outrival, overbear, overbid, overmaster, overmatch, overpower, override, overrake, overthrow, overtrump, overwhelm, predominate, preponderate, prevail over, put to rout, quell, ravage, repulse, rout, seize the advantage, subdue, subjugate, succeed in winning, superare, suppress, surmount, surpass, take precedence, thwart, trample upon, transcend, triumph over, undo, upset, vanquish, vincere, win the battle

beat

(Pulsate), verb alternate, come and go, convulse, ebb and flow, falter, flicker, flitter, fluctuate, flutter, move up and down, oscillate, palpitate, pass and repass, pendulate, pound, pulse, quake, quaver, quiver, reciprocate, seesaw, shake, shiver, shuffle, strike, sway, swing, teeter, throb, thump, toss, tremble, undulate, vacillate, vibrate, wave, waver, writhe

beat

(Strike), verb abuse, afflict, attack, baste, bastinado, batter, bruise, buffet, caedere, club, concuss, contund, cudgel, cuff, ferire, fight, flagellate, flail, flog, fustigate, give a blow, give a thrashing, hit, inflict, kick, knock down, lambaste, land a blow, lash, lunge at, maul, pelt, percutere, pound, pulsare, pummel, punch, punish, rap, slam, slap, slug, smack, smite, swing, thrash, thresh, trounce, verberare, whip
Associated concepts: assault, assault and battery, battery
See also: assault, attack, defeat, kill, lash, oscillate, outweigh, overcome, overwhelm, stress, strike, subdue, subjugate, surmount, surpass, territory, upset
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The report, a copy of which is available with The Express Tribune, found that DSP Hussain and several other police officials or their 'beaters' were part of a nexus that aided and abetted organised crime.
6 -- Breakfast -- Ham & egg muffin melt; Lunch -- Salisbury steak w/gravy, buffalo chicken salad, chicken nuggets, buzzer beater basket, mashed potatoes/cauliflower, fresh fruit/peaches, milk
Police sources said the SSP had called 41 such 'beaters' to his office on Wednesday where a prisoners' van was available.
Dominique Padurano, an adjunct assistant professor of history at Bronx Community College, speculates that dago tee evolved into wife beater when people realised that overt racism was no longer acceptable.
The Sheri drums beaters (Dhol Wala) still cherish to keep the custom alive as this is fading away due to modern technology.
While it remains to be seen how far Nick went to teach the man a lesson, it won't be a big surprise if Nick's decision to go against the presumed wife beater is revealed to be the reason why he's no longer a detective.
Urathon Beater Rolls can be purchased as full, pre-assembled idlers or individual urethane-lobed discs.
In some cases, replacement body parts are needed, which will also be fitted by the panel beater.
Participating NCTC members' customers will receive broad access to existing authenticated products like WATCH ABC authenticated on-demand content, WATCH ABC Family, WATCH Disney Channel, WATCH Disney Junior, WATCH Disney XD and WatchESPN (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPN Deportes, ESPNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater and ESPN Bases Loaded) through the networks' own WATCH sites and apps.
World Beater, their latest creation, would be hitting the App Store soon.
Threshing efficiency of lama-tooth beater (93.91%), which has the highest unthreshed seed rate and total seed losses, was significantly lower than that in spike-tooth (97.73%) and wire loop (96.35%).
This includes the full suite of authenticated WATCH products, ESPN 3D, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater, Disney Junior and the upcoming ABC News/Univision Joint Venture, a 24/7 news, information and lifestyle multi-platform network for English-dominant and bilingual Hispanics.