I also had an old car in the drive which he completely smashed to smithereens
Twelve months ago Antonio Conte was left wondering what on earth to do with a Chelsea side smashed to smithereens
at Arsenal on September 24.
The astonishing world record fee of PS198m paid to Barcelona by Paris St Germain for Neymar (pictured below) has smashed to smithereens
every known boundary in the game.
The team's sonic weapons rouse a giant ape and the best-laid plans of men of science are smashed to smithereens
The team's sonic weapons rouse a giant ape and their plans are smashed to smithereens
And Rush reckons it's a matter of when, rather than if, his tally is overtaken by Bale and then smashed to smithereens
They observed the destruction of the triumphal arch and Temple of Baal Shamin, which was smashed to smithereens
Turkey's neighborhood policy hit the wall and its image as a role model has been smashed to smithereens
as a consequence of Erdoy-an's increasingly authoritarian tendencies, an ideological foreign policy and Ankara's extremely shady policy vis-a-vis the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Jim Morris, an aviation expert with Irwin Mitchell said: "The final report could take two years, it could take longer - this aeroplane was smashed to smithereens
These are children whose childhoods were smashed to smithereens
by war, leaving them precariously on the edge of adulthood.
It is quite a horrific end too, with his car being smashed to smithereens
by a train.
An eye-opening event has been the one that occurred during Angela Merkel's public address last year when a drone dropped out of the blue and smashed to smithereens
on the ground just in front of her.
During the rest of the trip I thought about where it might have flown off the car, imagined how it looked smashed to smithereens
, and - if it survived the crash - worried about who might find it and what damage they might cause hacking into my various online accounts.
Housing and infrastructure would most likely be smashed to smithereens
, and goodness knows what the sea-level rise will be doing.
Raja, in a 106- page note to the JPC, has smashed to smithereens
the ` 176,000 crore loss theory, defended his actions as telecom minister, and even taken a dig at the Supreme Court for " interfering" in government policy.