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Synonyms for smashing

Synonyms for smashing

the act of breaking something into small pieces

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Luxoft purchased Smashing Ideas from Penguin Random House, the world's largest trade-book publisher, which has owned the company since 2011.
Smashing!'s current headquarters in Barsha area will be used by Farnek as a materials and storage facility.
"When I played the final Smashing Pumpkins show, I walked offstage believing that I was forever leaving a piece of my life behind," he explains.
Similar experiments also indicate that the electron's radius must be less than 10.sup.-20 centimeters, less than one-thousandth the value of the previously accepted upper limit on the electron's radius (determined by smashing electrons together).
Summary: The shattered pieces are sent to be recycled just to make sure that the process of smashing stuff is environment-friendly.
Dawood, and Shiraz tried hard to lift the moral of their teammates through excellent smashing and effective blocking.
THESE are the extraordinary images which show a woman smashing up a BMW on a Cardiff street.
Burglars entered through insecure window after first smashing another.
Fiscal depute Robbie Brown told the court: "He picked up the baseball bat and started smashing various items.
No-one was in the club shop at the time as they would have been killed when the Terex truck came smashing in.
I'm sitting in the front row at a Smashing Pumpkins concert and it's one minute before show time.
UAE based total facilities management company, Farnek, has announced that it has acquired multi award-winning specialist hygiene cleaning company Smashing! Cleaning Services.
Criminal damage caused to a house by vandals smashing a window.