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smash

Tennis squash badminton a fast and powerful overhead stroke
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They were expecting me to cross but that was never in my head - I was just going to smash it and see where it ended up.
I am going to smash away until there is nothing left to smash.
com comments "Pont Alexandre is the kind of horse I love - a favourite that I don't fancy and which the Irish are going to smash off the boards.
GOOD POINTS: Hentschel looks like a dancing version of Jason Statham but is never going to smash anyone's face in during a PG.
A YOUNG mum told yesterday of her horror as she realised a motorcyclist was going to smash into the front of her pick-up truck.
You think you are going to smash us, but we are ready.
Two illustrated catalogues are available: Joan Miro 1971-1934: I Am Going To Smash Their Guitar, edited by Agnes de la Baumelle, published by Paul Holberton Publishing, and Giuseppe Penone, with essay by curator Catherine Grenier, published by Editions du Centre Pompidon.
The tendency in the '90s to think "revolutionary-type" thinking, he explains, is the same process that brought Communism--that we are going to smash the old and come out with all-together new things.
Ms Pinkerton added: "He stated he was going to smash the heads of these two men with a sledgehammer, cut off their penises and shove them down their throats.
I am going to smash BJ Flores to bits and be the first man to stop him," said Bellew.
Smith "Coventry got what's been coming for a while - a good thumping - and if we keep riding how we have been then I think we're going to smash a few more teams between now and the end of the season as well.
We have 16 Guinness World Records for being the largest dog walk and I think we are going to smash another record today.