fling down

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fling (someone or something) down

To toss or shove someone or something down. The bully flung the skinny boy down and threated to hit him if he didn't part with his lunch money.
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fling someone or something down

to throw or push someone or something down. He flung the book down in great anger. He flung down the book and ran from the room.
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While on this side of Hadrian's Wall, it doesn't take much for us to dance a Highland Fling down Memory Lane to the next year, with Baxter and Law humbling those English heroes of '66.
It's free before midnight ([euro]5 after) and if the last two monthly gigs are anything to go by then this atmosphere will once again be electric as we fling down the best in House music with class and groove.
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