go to pieces


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lose one's emotional or mental composure

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And if the soul isn't looked after then everything will go to pieces. Morality, everything, just breaks up and explodes" - Artist Tracey Emin (pictured) warns that to remove art from the school curriculum would provoke riots.
And if the soul isn't looked after then everything will go to pieces. Morality, everything, just breaks up and explodes" - Artist Tracey Emin warns that to remove art from the school curriculum would provoke riots "Daytime television is so rubbish we do very well as a result.
"I thought, I can either go to pieces, or I can take this opportunity to do everything I've always wanted to do, and that included learning to fly," he said.
I suppose you thought you had me, When you tried to stop my heart, You thought perhaps I''d go to pieces And completely fall apart.
Insuchunfamiliarsurroundings, the Match Play debutant must beopposed.LikemanyAmericans, Snedeker seems to go to pieces ontherareoccasionshecompetes outside his countr y, and Finca Cortesin is not a course which suits his style of play.
Ah, but will the champions go to pieces in the box at the Etihad tonight?
"England's imploded a little bit against South Africa, and a couple of weeks ago I saw Hartley go to pieces against Leicester.
On my trip to Tanzania we had hooks straighten; split rings and snaps fail; leaders go to pieces; lures destroyed; and rods snapped--and we used top-quality gear.