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The only permanent solution is to smash the pirates' onshore infrastructure and to pursue and destroy their ships at sea.
Surprisingly, this gentle deterrent even works on her dogs, which used to lie down in these areas and smash her plants.
Hold the egg in your hand so you don't smash it to smithereens on the table what with all the pressure of the poking.
Conviction of this will smash everything that opposes it.
Smash a whole wagon load of furniture at every performance.
The paddles smash too easily, and the boat is then disabled.
These guys were measuring the light produced by high energy particles called cosmic rays as they smash into the atmosphere.
When galactic cosmic rays enter the atmosphere, they smash into nuclei forming various kinds of exotic by-products.
It would take only a moment to smash it against the wall and shove the battery up the nose of whoever was out there annoying her.
We feel we're floating only because we're forever falling, as in an elevator with no bottom floor to smash into.
Physicists use accelerators to smash subatomic particles together to find the smallest building blocks of the universe.
They live in burrows where predators can't reach them and their pincers are large and strong enough to smash prey.
They also sometimes pick up weeds or a piece of wood with their beaks, twirl in a circle, and smash the object on the water.
They slow the craft down, so it doesn't smash into the ground.
With the band, she worked professionally and produced smash hits that rocked the charts nation-wide.
Pressing the left trigger brings up my shield, to either block attacks or smash baddies in the face.
There laborers are paid a pittance to smash, crack, melt and cook the materials out of old electronics.
Smash a positron and an electron and you get two or more gamma rays.
The technique is to smash protons into a fixed target, producing charged pions or kaons.
The recipients teeth are crushed and forced into the sockets to smash the surrounding bone.
These offices represent tempting targets for burglars and even smash and grab theft operations.
The merging galaxies smash together, causing billions of stars to be born, mostly in clusters.
Maybe the sitcom will be a smash, too, and live on forever in syndication.
Use the back of your spoon to smash a bit of the corn and potatoes against the side of the pot.
But smash them into a composite and the truth flees.
Apple has helped to smash profitable albums into less profitable singles.
But it is loud, and if a rotor breaks it could smash into the fuselage.
If you got the red call you should immediately smash your mobile, or better yet throw it in one direction and run in the other.
The usual way to push nuclei together is to smash them into one another at high speed.
Though bosses readjusted the settings in their favour, they did not smash the machine.
Rebels attempted to smash up an official vehicle as it made its getaway under the crackle of gunfire.
Downburst winds can smash buildings and easily uproot trees and are often mistaken for tornadoes.
These winds can smash buildings and easily uproot trees and are often mistaken for tornadoes.
Being a tad outlandish without the smash-up carries a certain charm.
For a safer hook, smash down the barb with pliers or use barbless hooks.
Hulk want new movie to smash box office records, not smash nothing.

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