- r as a verb
he had a habit of using nouns verbally
- r by means of language
- When Spain's King Juan Carlos verbally slapped down bad boy Hugo Chavez at the Ibero-American summit, it came, to say the least, as a surprise.
- Even more shocking was the fact that the graphic recording of a man writhing in agony, begging for mercy as he is sodomized with a cane and verbally abused by men identified in an .
- Since "moblogs," or group photo blogs, get tens of thousands of camera-phone images a day, viral marketers are gearing up to let customers chime in visually as well as verbally .
- Lindsay Lohan in Snark Food
He should be where he has always put himself after verbally abusing and physically abusing people all my life-behind bars,Lohan said. "Its so sad to get a phone call from my baby sister just now asking, 'why is daddy doing this?' Through...
- Malcolm Speed in Reuters.uk
One thing that has come out of this is the need for players to review their on-field behaviour,ICC chief executive Malcolm Speed said in a statement on Wednesday. "In this case, it is clear that Harbhajan verbally abused an opponent having...
- Peter Storrie in Daily Mail
Storrie said: "I have spoken to Tony's agent and it has been verbally agreed for him to stay for another 12 months. Obviously we are delighted with this news as he has become a key part of what we are trying to achieve at this football club."