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punch

(pŭnch),
An instrument for making a hole or indentation in some solid material or for driving out a foreign body in such material.
[L. pungo, pp. punctus, to stick, to punch]

punch

An instrument for making a small circular hole in material or tissue, esp. the skin.
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Is the UFC fighter not really the powerful puncher that many think he is?
DAVID HAYE is ready to justify his claim of being boxing's most devastating puncher when he defends his WBA world heavyweight title for the first time.
It occurred to me that my kindergarten students might have the same fascination for punching holes, but it seemed I really would have to do more than just hand them paper and a puncher and let them go at it.
BLACK Country punchers Dean Harrison and Martin Gethin were a smash hit in Las Vegas on Friday night.
"All big punchers get frustrated when they don't land in the opening few rounds and Dann is no different.
"Sultan Qaboos University will again host the peloton for the start of the second stage, a 167.5 km trek to Al Bustan -- familiar terrain for aggressive punchers. Those who come up short in Al Bustan will have a chance to make amends the next day, with a stage starting from the German University of Technology.
"I have been in with big punchers before so I will just go in there and do what I have to do.
The Miami-based boxer is one of two powerful punchers coming to Belfast next month.
Faulty punchers and lack of proper logistics led many voters, especially farmers in some provinces, to return to their fields.
"He is a good boxer and a big puncher but I have been in with big punchers before.
"He's a puncher. I have never really considered most of the guys Lennox has fought as real punchers.
These offices all contain office machinery such as shredders, hole punchers, projectors and fax machines, which require maintenance and servicing, ranging from a simple fix to a broken hole puncher to a fax machine which may need repairing.