Some articles on beating:
... was arrested for assault and grand theft auto after beating up a crack dealer and stealing the dealer's van ... the acquittal of the four police officers accused of beating Rodney King following a traffic stop ... The beating of white truck driver Reginald Denny was committed by members of the ETG's in Kody's neighborhood ...
... against Boisneuf for "cruelly and immercifully beating and whipping" six slaves and against Victoire Vincendière for beating her slave Jenny ... charges were dismissed, but Boisneuf was found guilty in 1797 of beating a slave named Shadrack and of "not sufficiently clothing and feeding his negroes." ...
... In 2001, he made his debut at the BDO World Darts Championship, beating Colin Monk in the first round and then saw off Jez Porter in round two, averaging 101.40 ... Pusa bounced back by winning the 2001 Norway Open, beating Kevin Painter in the final ... He returned to Lakeside the next year, beating Matt Clark in the first round, but lost to Australian Tony David who like Walton the previous year, went ...
... the quarter finals of the 2007 Women's World Masters, beating 1996 finalist Heike Ernst of Germany in the last 16 before losing to Rilana Erades ... The next year she reached the semi finals, beating Anne Kirk in the last 16 and then beat Australia's Cathy Shaw before losing to eventual winner Francis ... Ashton then won the 2008 Women's Zuiderduin Masters, beating Trina Gulliver in the final ...
... Beating like a Drum is the third EP by Eskimo Joe, released on 4 August 2007 ... It was originally only available at shows on their 'Beating like a Drum' national tour ...
More definitions of "beating":
- (noun): The act of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated blows.
Synonyms: thrashing, licking, drubbing, lacing, trouncing, whacking
Famous quotes containing the word beating:
“To whatsoever upright mind, to whatsoever beating heart I speak, to you it is committed to educate men. By simple living, by an illimitable soul, you inspire, you correct, you instruct, you raise, you embellish all. By your own act you teach the beholder how to do the practicable. According to the depth from which you draw your life, such is the depth not only of your strenuous effort, but of your manners and presence.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Women can stand a beating except when it is with their own weapons.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“a great space
Of white and pewter lights, and a din like silversmiths
Beating and beating at an intractable metal.”
—Sylvia Plath (19321963)