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drive a coach and horses through something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrive a coach and horses through somethingdrive a coach and horses through somethingDESTROYto destroy an argument, plan etc completely The new bill will drive a coach and horses through recent trade agreements. drive
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drive a coach and horses through somethingBut how useful would such a right be anyway, if an intelligence agency can drive a coach and horses through it?Callinicos drives a coach and horses through postmodernism; well and good.
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