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for thumping "Coventry got what's been coming and I think we're going to smash a few more teams between now and the end of the season.
He wrote: "I'm going to smash her windows then drop a bomb on her house while she's tucked up in bed.
He bragged about the new contacts he made in prison for the supply of controlled drugs, saying things like 'We are W going to smash it when I get out'.
He wound the window down and shouted to her: "I know who you were with, I am going to kill him and I'm going to smash your car.
A TERRIFIED airline pilot ducked to avoid an unidentified flying object he feared was going to smash into his plane.
Are these morons going to smash someone round the back of the head to get on TV?
It doesn't matter where you place your field if Botham's going to smash it into the crowd," was one of the commentary gems of England's 500-1 Ashes win at Headingley in 1981, but it took another 20 years for the ICC to came up with a format of the game that would offer guaranteed six appeal.
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.
When approached by police officers in Berwick Hills, Middlesbrough, shortly after midnight on June 7, Gareth Ian Jackson replied: "I'm going to smash Ben Milner's head in.
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.