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smash

Tennis squash badminton a fast and powerful overhead stroke
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We haven't got anybody in the dressing room - I don't think - to go and tell people they're going to smash people's faces in.
The uptake of places was phenomenal and we are sure that we are going to smash our pounds 10k target.
We need a lot more schools if we are going to smash our current record and involve around 150,000 youngsters, so we are urging schools to get in touch now.
This one's going to smash through its estimate and then some.
Jones shouted he knew local gangsters who could deal with the doormen, and one of his group threatened that he was going to smash up a car which was parked outside.
In the end, I was becoming hysterical and Taylor-Ann was crying so I was going to smash the window when Martin the baker came over and told me not to as the glass could hurt the baby.
World champions didn't do what I have done - I am a smashing machine, I'm going to smash you and I will just punch and punch and punch.
But Burns, 25, insists he won't be provoked again by the mouthy Mancunian veteran, who snubbed a press conference last week and sent a text saying: "Just tell the papers I'm going to smash Ricky's face in.
They don't tell you, 'If you don't do this, I'm going to smash your face in.
After the cancellation of summer Irish dates, it seemed FLC were never going to smash and grab their way down South.
This is not a pitch where the South Africans are going to smash it about.
Mr David Pearson, prosecuting at Birmingham Magistrates' Court yesterday, said: "As the defendant's 17-year-old friend was being tended to, Smallman climbed into the front passenger side of the ambulance and said: 'I'm going to give you up to the count o f five to get us out of this street or I'm going to smash your face in'.