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bash

  • n  a vigorous blow
    he took a bash right in his face
  • n  an uproarious party
  • v  hit hard

  • Couldn't make it to the big bash celebrating the most influential people in the world? Joel Stein was there, welcoming everyone from an Egyptian activist and a Nobel Prize winning .
  • Stephen Schwarzman, co-founder and CEO of the Blackstone Group, turned 60 in February, and the guest list at his Park Avenue bash in Manhattan was a Who's Who of the business .
  • The biggest partier on the planet, Diddy, will be in town to host a bash.
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  • Dwight Howard in USA Today
    I'm not gonna get up here and bash or say anything about what should happen, but I will say it's tough to win when all season long you play inside out and you trust one of the people that got you off to a good season,said Howard. "I think...
  • John Murtha in Guardian Unlimited
    I see what happens to a Republican when they say we ought to start to get out,Murtha said. "They bash them. I mean they attack them viscerally and of course they're the ones that nominate them. Until that plays out we're going to have a...
  • Paul McCartney in BBC News
    Sometimes we write them on old pianos or anything that's lying around, guitars and things. Normally we sit down and try and bash one out,explains McCartney. "Then again, there's no formula. He [Lennon] can come up with one completely...

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