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"The bungalow has literally been smashed to smithereens," he said.
So did most of the punters at Celtic Park, although they must have known their title hopes had already been smashed to smithereens.
The secretary of the King's Regiment Association Knowsley said: "It's taken five years to raise the money for this - some of the pieces had been smashed to smithereens and had to be completely remade."
A spokesman for Dunbar lifeboat said: "They are really upset - the boat has been smashed to smithereens."
The traditional family has been smashed to smithereens, and our society with it.