I said he's put the fear of God into
them but what I mean is he has drummed a spirit into them.
They don't have to be spectacular strikes but as long as he is poaching in the area he will put the fear of god into
Crouchy will put the fear of God into
them in the air.
"It is perfectly clear you put the fear of God into
them and they were really frightened," he said at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
Whatever view you take about Robert Kilroy-Silk - and he doesn't seem to be able to make friends easily - he has certainly sexed up Europe, and put the fear of God into
the three big political parties.
They can't be allowed to put the fear of God into
people and they are not going to put the fear of God into
Her daily rounds put the fear of God into
every young nurse - and patient - as many of the older generation will testify.
While the Meath team certainly won't put the fear of God into
Wicklow, I'm glad to see young players being blooded all the same.
A clip round the ear or the threat of the cane used to put the fear of God into
pupils who dared step out of line.
But some of the extreme anti-farmer sentiments expressed put the fear of God into
me, and there was a feeling that just the hint of a north Pembrokeshire accent would have raised eyebrows.
Tait, who has been recruited by Glamorgan for the Friends Provident T20 competition, has put the fear of God into
batsmen all over the world.
Other things to put the fear of God into
them would be having to get out of bed at 0600 hours on a winter morning in T-shirt and shorts for physical training.
Q: I grew up in a really deprived area and the sight of the OSD vans put the fear of God into
criminals who terrorised the streets.
Yes, I'll admit it - I'm an absolute menace on the road, someone as likely to put the fear of God into
my own passengers as oncoming drivers, someone who's not happy unless I'm changing down from fifth into third and burning off any milk float stupid enough to get in the way of me and my Ford Escort.
A better solution would be to put the fear of God into
them through tighter rules.