Police installed a noticeboard informing passers-by that a drugs raid was taking place before using a metal enforcer to batter down
the door of a flat in York Hill Crescent.
"They've used something to batter down
the vestry door.
"We're talking about trying to build pressure and it only needs to be a rotation of strike to get a batter down
the other end, whether it's a single or a bye, can lead to all that pressure you're building not being there anymore," said Ponting.
ARJEN ROBBEN reckons Holland will need to batter down
a dark blue defensive wall when they go in to battle with Scotland.
"His bowling is probably not where it can be, but he's a dangerous batter down
the order and there's no total that is safe even if we're a few down and he comes in."
They struggled to batter down
the door but could not get in.
Over the next few days, three of the gang unleashed a series of attacks, trying to batter down
the door and smashing windows with stones, bricks, a knuckle duster, a spade and even a bike.
He heard a crash and was horrified to see the three men waving the metal bar batter down
his porch door before smashing their way in through a wooden door into his home.
Nor do we advocate giving the police a reason to batter down
our doors by making it an arrestable offence.
Sinn Fein County Councillor Padraig ManLochlainn claimed five Gardai were seen using sledge hammers to batter down
Driven by corporate logic, globalization, we warned, would herald an era of aggressive imperialism that would seek to batter down
opposition, seize control of natural resources, and secure markets.
The gang even tried to batter down
the door of Mr Marshall's home in the Levenshulme district of Manchester when he asked police to arrest Beren for being the gang's storeman.
He had stabbed the police officer as she used a hydraulic enforcer ram to batter down
the door of his flat in Stratford, East London, as part of a team sent to arrest him for jumping bail on October 24, 1997.
In addition to creating dramatic new products and services, technological innovation will continue to batter down
the costs of existing goods.
The next humiliation would be a trade deal that lets US firms export their chlorinated chicken and batter down
the doors of our NHS.