wrecking ball


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wrecking ball

[ˈrekɪŋˌbɔːl] Nmartillo m de demolición
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DONEGAL star Paddy McBrearty was a one-man wrecking ball as Kilcar beat Scotstown to advance to an Ulster club semi-final.
Online book news company The Bookseller announced on Friday the publication of the debut book Wrecking Ball - A Big Lad From A Small Island: My Story So Far, from Billy Vunipola, Saracens and England rugby international player.
Arriving on stage to pick up her moon man for Best Hip Hop video, the Anaconda star was not in the mood for Miley's antics following a recent interview with the New York Times, where she called Minaj "angry" and had some words for the Wrecking Ball star .
BEWARE of the Tory wrecking ball, it's bigger and more powerful than the first one they used in 2010 to 2015.
The Wrecking Ball video, Ball video, W filmed on the prawn boat Caledonia, is one of a series of clips from the trawler making a splash online.
London, July 14 ( ANI ): Netherlands goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen reportedly sent Twitter into meltdown as fans tweeted his pictures sitting on things including a Wrecking Ball with Miley Cyrus.
Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie yesterday accused the SNP of "taking a wrecking ball to the justice system".
The American singer, who attracted controversy by swinging naked on a wrecking ball in one of her music videos, will be playing at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester in May.
They prefer a wrecking ball politics that would dismantle the UK.
An encounter with a wrecking ball seems inevitable.
AA president Edmund King said: "In the past 12 months, oil and fuel price speculation has swung back and forth through the fuel market like a wrecking ball.
And despite now being a multi-millionaire more au fait with palatial property portfolios than trailer park trappings, he's as much a songwriting firebrand on this new album, Wrecking Ball, than ever - confronting the global recession head-on and angrily tearing strips from the fat cat financiers.