It's like a kick in the guts to him.
Peter got a kick in the muscle and I think it hit a nerve. He felt his leg slightly numb, but after the game he seemed fine in the dressing room. It's a relief because we don't want to lose anyone to injury at this stage of the season.
When switchover starts to kick in, I think there's a world of opportunity in that. If we can carry on being vibrant creatively, we can build a successful world going forward.
We are now seeing the lags from currency appreciation kick in, alongside more uneven growth south of the border.
Travis Houser got banged up on the save when Abbeville had the penalty kick in the second overtime period.
Every game, T.J. always finds hustle points. Every game he is going to kick in with pure hustle plays, and those are the plays that lift you emotionally. When you see a teammate make plays like he does, you've got to kick it up a step, don't you?
You give it up in the ninth, and it's like that -- a kick in the stomach.
You could tell by that third game that our basic skills were beginning to pick up and kick in, ... At the beginning of the match they were standing around watching and not executing, but by the time we started executing good things started to happen.
They would kick in doors, kick the suspects, drag them out, beat them up and take them to the base. At the base, they would be interrogated, tortured, in many cases murdered and made to disappear.
We have to guide growth into areas where we have planned infrastructure, or the individual developer has to kick in the cost to provide the infrastructure.
I think the Stern momentum has largely played itself out and will probably kick in again Christmas, but the big ramp that was associated with Stern coming is probably over.
When we lost power to that whole computer room, the UPS didn't kick in like it should. Apparently, the batteries in the UPS systems were not sufficiently strong enough.
I have a real problem with (solely funding the program) unless the townships kick in some money to help fund it.
Because of the efforts the players needed a little kick in the pants after the match. Hopefully it woke them up a bit.
I wasn't used to having a boss kick in my office door and stand there screaming at me at the top of his lungs. I had to become a lot more aggressive just to not get bowled over but I never developed intimidation as a management style. It's counter to my personality.
it didn't just kick in when the new measurement methods kicked in.
Dreams will get you nowhere, a good kick in the pants will take you a long way.
I'm lucky. Sometimes I even forget I'm pregnant. And then, boom! I get a kick in the stomach!
When you kick in a door, all it does is alert them that someone is coming that they don't want to see.
I feel great. I didn't have any kick in my legs in Sydney two weeks ago but I had to hold it back today. It's the old me, I've been praying for it to arrive.
That's kind of a double-whammy kick in the head -- many people have the best of intentions when refinancing, but they haven't gotten grips on their spending. And when you're trading in your credit card debt for loans like that, you're putting your home at risk.
As a kicker you have to kick in the wind. They had to kick in the wind, too.
I needed a kick in the butt and it was good. I don't want him to call me every other day, but that's the effort I need to play with. I told him that wouldn't be a problem.
Inflation costs have been pretty moderate, but we are expecting wage pressure to kick in by the end of the year.
It is a kick in the guts for the families of those 88 Australians, young Australians, who were murdered in Bali. It's just plain wrong.