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blast away

1. To be extremely loud. If grandma's TV is blasting away, gently remind her to put in her hearing aids.
2. To vehemently criticize someone or something. The senator's disgusted constituents blasted away at him during the town hall meeting.
See also: away, blast
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Newcastle took the lead after a superb heat three 5-1 from skipper Ludvig Lindgren and Stuart Robson to take the score to 11-7 before Steve Worrall blasted away to lead and win heat four over Lasse Bjerre.
For prepare to be blasted away by the Red Hot Chilli Pipers who have become the most famous bagpipe band on the planet.
Botero, blasted away, refilled with forty sculpted doves, in the city
On September 29-30, a searing filament of charged particles blasted away from the sun at more than 3 million kilometers per hour.
Thursday evening, scientists said it appeared the comet, which was thought at one time to have the potential to put on a spectacular heavenly show after whipping around the sun, had not survived, its ice and rock blasted away.
Shakib Al Hasan blasted away to an unbeaten 50 off 39 balls but the hosts failed to reach the target, the report said.
The British champion was making the biggest step up of his 15-fight career at the Echo Arena having blasted away all of his recent opponents.
Leinster blasted away the desperately poor Italians with a powerful six-try display engineered by No10 Ian Madigan.
Amateur video posted on YouTube by activists and distributed by the Observatory showed a badly damaged white vehicle, with its side door charred and the back blasted away.
EDEN STAR blasted away any doubts about his participation in the Betfair Laurels at Belle Vue on Friday night, writes John Forbes.
Summary: ROCKET Man blasted away and around the 1,200m Tapeta course to claim the honours from the first of the night's four big races, the $2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen.
But it was in December 2007 that Daniel blasted away his squeaky-clean image, stripping naked on stage for the play Equus.
The Baa-Baas took the lead in the 11th minute when Habana took a pass from Australia's Drew Mitchell and blasted away from the Kiwi defence.
In 1984 Don Wilhelms and Steven Squyres proposed that Mars was struck a mighty blow early in its history that blasted away much of the northern crust.
MARS was rocked by a massive impact early in its history that blasted away half of its surface and created a planet of two halves, new evidence suggests.