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smash

Tennis squash badminton a fast and powerful overhead stroke
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The injured Saeed Anwar smashed the Indian bowlers all across the ground and is still considered as one of the best innings by a batsman in cricket history.
One day she decided to do something different, she took old junk to the backyard and smashed it to bits and that made her feel massively better.
"Almost each one of us has smashed our phones against the floor or punched the wall at some time in our lives.
Army's Haider smashed ferociously to take the lead in the third game which they maintained till 16-14, But Mubarak smashed intelligently and blocked brilliantly to even the points and then it was left for Naseer and Idrees to take hold of the game and finish it at 25-21.
It is the second time this year their car has been targeted, with the first having seen the side window smashed. Mrs Gerinski said: "They have jumped on the bonnet and have put the windscreen through.
A CARDIFF man smashed the glass of a telephone kiosk using his bare fists and a wine bottle in a bid to get police help after he was chased through a town centre, a court has heard.
The initiative aims to celebrate the ones who have successfully smashed the glass ceiling.
MARSH | An Apple iPhone 6 was snatched from a Toyota Hilux by a thief who smashed a front window on the truck as it was parked on Hollin Terrace in the early hours of October 18.
Travelling north towards Birmingham, the lorry smashed through the central reservation colliding with a car on the southbound carriageway before coming to a standstill.
All the coping stones which would come off were smashed in the garden, all the garden was smashed, the greenhouse, the brand new patio doors were smashed, fitted on Thursday smashed by Saturday.
The pair smashed the window of KD Wallace Optometry in the city's Queensferry Road with a hammer just before 2am on the morning of April 18.
Scott Clark, 24, was speeding on a country road near Gatehead, Ayrshire, when he lost control and smashed into Edna Watson, 52.