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with a loud crash

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Hull boss Steve Bruce hailed Proschwitz, saying: "He's had to wait for his chance but thankfully he's done smashingly.
Bruce said: "Nick's found it difficult, but thankfully today he's done smashingly.
Advantages of peplums: Firstly, you will obviously look smashingly fashionable.
28 is Miami City Ballet, which recently returned from a smashingly successful three-week tour to Paris.
Danziger's skepticism extends to the relatively small size of the programs, which are dwarfed by traditional safety net offerings like food stamps and the earned-income tax credit--programs that, he says, "are smashingly successful and more successful than those (new) programs could ever be.
Now, the vital connection between fashion and beauty has been smashingly revived by both CoverGirl and Maybelline to add great value to those brands, and thereby, not just for the products that are advertised, but their entire lines
I remember guys, smashingly drunk, cussing a blue streak, but then apologizing to me - to this 'officer-lady' - perhaps more to be respected by them as a lady than an officer.
He's smashingly bred and has been doing everything nicely.
POPE Benedict XVI's visit went smashingly well despite the alarmist reports about organised protests against his presence.
Chapters on communication, technology in the home transportation, and new technology are smashingly illustrated with dozens of color photographs and graphics.
Stomp,'' the anything-is-musical celebration of all things clanging, works smashingly no matter who Fiona Wilkes (the company's U.
The embarrassment was doubly acute because the New Partnership rally had such clear echoes of another event that had occurred almost precisely a decade earlier with smashingly successful results.
Among the beverages that go smashingly with salami are crisp white wine (the higher acidity cuts through the fat of the sausage), dry Spanish sherry (true sherry is always from Spain), or as the people of Lombardia are accustomed to, chilled, sparkling Lambrusco (a wine that has been much maligned in America due to cheap imports but that when made well, is a delightfully refreshing quaff and a superb accompaniment to all kinds of salumi).
My first session was going smashingly until the Warrior II position: twisting the body back with arms up to the sky.
If the blind date turns out to be a smashingly successful relationship, then that very first "little-c" conversation serves as the beginning of the ongoing Conversation, as a text to which all subsequent "little-c" conversations may refer.