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used in Fearless

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crash together with violent impact; or come into conflict
  • The whistle blew and they sprang forward, collided, and tried to either bowl each other over or muscle each other out of the alley.
    p. 27.2
  • Walking the sidelines as an eleven-year-old ball boy, Adam had fantasized about the day he would suit up, clash against their rivals, and earn his own "stick marks"—multicolored paint streaks on his maroon helmet from colliding with the helmets of opposing schools' teams.
    p. 26.3
  • Their driver barely had time to tap the vehicle's brakes before it was swallowed by the blinding cloud, and an instant later the left front bumper impacted with the second vehicle in the ISAF convoy, causing a glancing head-on collision.
    p. 190.9

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