For more than two agonizing minutes the clinched behemoths pummeled
COLOMBIA'S NEW CULTURE MINISTER, CONSUELO ARAUJONOguera, is getting pummeled
. The woman best known for organizing the annual Vallenato music festival in her hometown of Valledupar says budget cuts have forced her to fund only "our own culture," not "foreign culture." She's slashed state support of opera, the Bogota Jazz Festival and the Iberian American Theater Festival.
If novels could get beaten up on the playground, this book would be pummeled
Measurements of energetic particles from an unusually strong solar flare that pummeled
Earth early this year suggest that astronauts traveling or working in space might sometimes need to reach shelter within minutes of a warning.
The child's father pummeled
the coyote with his golf club, causing the animal to release its grip and momentarily back off.
That's a surprise because Titan, the solar system's second-largest moon after Jupiter's Ganymede, is likely to have been pummeled
by debris roaming the outer solar system.
Brian struck the dog on its back so hard with a pogo stick that the stick bent, while Jessica, armed with a golf club, also pummeled
Alternatively, says Tom Brown of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, many small galaxies rather than a single massive one may have pummeled
But in the previous year, a super-typhoon pummeled
the area and produced a flood in which the river's flow rate peaked at about 65 times normal.
When Hurricanes Dennis, Floyd, and Irene pummeled
North Carolina in the fall of 1999, they delivered a three-punch combination that for years to come may disturb coastal ecosystems there and disrupt fishing in the Atlantic Ocean.
The results of that work suggested that a huge number of asteroid or comet fragments had pummeled
the moon's crust roughly 3.9 billion years ago.
Asteroids and comets have pummeled
the inner solar system since its infancy, but most places haven't retained a good record of the bombardment.