Durability over the week proved to be typical Benchmade--it took whatever was dished out and made mincemeat
In the women's open, Mai Tateyama made mincemeat
of Qatar's Rawdhqa Al Abdulla.
A FIVE-STAR show gave visiting Rangers boss Paul Le Guen food for thought as a rampant Saints made mincemeat
of shell-shocked Queens.
AUDIENCES OF STEVEN SPIELBERG'S SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER, War of the Worlds, saw life imitating art in September as a helpless nation watched television images of millions of homeless and devastated Americans caught in the wake of monstrous forces that made mincemeat
out of their homes and towns--and of the government forces assigned to protect and rescue them.
He sicced his best reporters on the case, and they made mincemeat
of their target.
Milosevic, a lawyer, has defended himself, and "has made mincemeat
out of the Prosecutors' case by himself," contends Malic.
funds, and made mincemeat
out of statutory law by engaging in rogue foreign-policy gambits.
One has only to recall Pablo Picasso's aggressive remark that he had to "end" his Cubist analysis of the figure in a caricature or there would have been nothing left of it; in a sense, he made mincemeat
Take a look at an offbeat internet slide-show by Stan Cotton, one of the 20th Century's most outrageous adman, and 15 advertising case histories ads that made mincemeat
of sacred cows while moving product and services.
INDIAN SIGN Monaco made mincemeat
out of Arsenal on Wednesday, but the Gunners usually do much better against Everton, who last beat them in north London in January 1996.
JAMIE Oliver has made mincemeat
of rivals in Christmas book charts.
Last season's top novice, unbeaten in six starts over fences including the Arkle at Cheltenham, made mincemeat
of his rivals on his first venture into senior company.