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Throw The Book At Someone

Throw The Book At Someone - to give someone a severe or harsh punishment

  • The police are going to throw the book at him. He killed a little girl.
  • The boss is going to throw the book at you, because you stole.
  • The judge is not going to throw the book at the boy.
  • Do you think that they are going to throw the book at you brother?
  • I hope that they do not throw the book at my son. This is the first time he was in trouble.
  • They need to throw the book at the thief.

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