pommi englanniksi   bomb fi, bombshell fi


*: The size of the ground hole crater from the blast indicates it was a bomb.

: ux|en|During the Cold War, everyone worried about the bomb sometimes.

*: Projection problems plagued Countess? London premiere on January 5, 1967, Jerry Epstein recalled, and it was perhaps an omen, for reaction by critics afterward was swift and immediate: The film was a bomb.

*: The movie was a bomb and so was my next film, Balboa, in which I played a scheming real estate tycoon.

*: The movie was a bomb, but it put the band before an even larger audience.

*: Nowadays, an old bomb simply won’t pass the inspection.

*: We?ve got the money and it just feels ridiculous to let you drive around in that old bomb.

*: After two weeks of driving it she knew the car was a bomb and she did not need anyone saying it to her. The only one allowed to pick on her car was her. Piece of crap car...

: ux|en|make a bomb;  cost a bomb

*: When Kiley presented Blackpool with the custom shotgun, he said, “This must?ve cost a bomb.”

*: ‘You?ve already spent a bomb!’

*: ‘Not on it, Sal — under it. Presents!’ As we eventually staggered up to bed, Sally said to me, ‘I hope to God he?s not been spending a bomb on presents, too....

*: The kids cost a bomb to feed, they eat all the time.

*: He had recently exchanged his old bike for a new, three speed racer, which cost a bomb and the weekly payment were becoming difficult, with the dangers of repossession.

: ux|en|Our fabulous new crumpets have been selling like a bomb.

: ux|en|It was an ordinary speech, until the president dropped a bomb: he would be retiring for medical reasons.

: ux|en|Normally very controlled, he dropped the F-bomb and cursed the paparazzi.

*: The process consisted in preparing the metal by metallothermic reduction of titanium tetrachloride with sodium metal in a steel bomb.

*: A pillar of iron...which if you had struck, would make...a great bomb in the chamber beneath.

*: 15 May: US jets bombed air-defence sites north of Mosul, as the Russian Foreign Ministry accused the US and Britain of intentionally bombing civilian targets. (AP)

*: Italy had bombed cities in the Ethiopian war; Italy and Germany had bombed civilians in the Spanish Civil War; at the start of World War II German planes dropped bombs on Rotterdam in Holland, Coventry in England, and elsewhere.

*: Essendon was bombed in the early hours of 3 September 1916; a few houses and part of the church were destroyed, and two sisters killed.

*: So Hall quit the job, turned in the company car and went to Chicago, where as a stand-up comic he bombed several times before he was discovered by Nancy Wilson, who took him on the road — where he bombed again before a room of Republicans—and then to Los Angeles.

*: Carmen:... Then it bombed and it bombed badly. After a few more issues I asked Mike what was happening and he said, “I?m trying everything I can but it?s just not working.” So I took him off the book and he left. That was it.

*: She was the reason why he bombed the interview. He just couldn?t seem to get her out of his mind.

: rfquotek|Ben Jonson

*: It is often used to collect other writers tags, and future plans for bombing and piecing.

: Have you tried the new tacos from that restaurant? Theyre pretty bomb!

: Diana Dors, the "1950s blonde bombshell" ...

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