topple down


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topple down

[for a stack of something] to crumple and fall down. The chimney toppled down in the earthquake. The woodpile toppled down during the night and scared us all to death.
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topple something down

to cause a stack of something to crumple and fall down. The earthquake toppled the chimney down. The hurricane toppled down the weakest buildings.
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It was a game the Oak Leafers could have won and the easy chances that went abegging at Casement Park will have to go over the bar this weekend if they're to topple Down in their own back yard.
Quite a number of his stories involve some sort of secret thought or activity, whose revelation would no doubt topple down the whole human edifice painstakingly built around the central character.
As philosopher Sean O'Casey once noted, "Laughter is brought in to mock at things as they are so they may topple down and make room for the better things to come.
Mr Andrew Greenfield jumped from the truck when he thought it was going to topple down a one-in-two gradient, Mr Alan Craddock, prosecuting, told West Bromwich magistrates.
He went further to criticise opposition calls to topple down the regime stressing that "the opposition forces are unanimous only in their hatred of the regime but they have no alternative after its collapse".
It further claimed that the Turkish government, due to its priority to topple down Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, overlooking ISIL's activities in Turkey.
A WOMAN was airlifted to hospital after being pulled from her car as it threatened to topple down a steep bank.
The privately-owned building, opposite Northumbria University's pounds 100m new City Campus East development, was completely gutted and officers yesterday admitted the burned-out shell could topple down at any stage.
Norman Grant, 57, says a hose on his new Dyson shot out and caused him to topple down the stairs at home.
The opposition leader who is known for his rejection to the use of arms to topple down the regime attempted last November to meet with Sudanese rebels in Kampala but the Ugandan government declined to give him a visa.
Sudan alleges that South Sudan wants to use oil money to fund the rebels and topple down the regime.
Sudanese officials say they want the full implementation of the accords all together, alleging that South Sudan wants to use oil money to fund the rebels and topple down the regime.
The SRF forces say they are resolved to topple down Al-Bashir's regime by all means.
Last January South Sudan decided to shut down its oil production and accused Khartoum of stealing its resources, while Khartoum said Juba refuses to reach an agreement over oil and funds at the same time rebels who want to topple down the regime.
He further underscored they share a common goal with the protestors: "to topple down the regime and building a state based on citizenship, the basis for the rights and duties in Sudan.