And now a wrecking ball stands outside, poised to demolish it.
something that destroys
the current situation
Then they unleashed the might of former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil as publisher
and he set about its Edinburgh office with a wrecking ball.
That he's going to take a wrecking ball to the current cabinet to show that he really
does represent change and he's going to bring in a whole bunch of new people.
What began on a tidy seaside resort on South Africa's east coast has turned into a
wrecking ball that has smashed into world cricket's fragile calm and left it bruised
and on the verge of being broken into east and west, black and white.
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