The hope is you would honor them by, first, eradicating bad habits that derail you day-to-day.
Would that derail or at least stymie the popularity of remaking old movies?
In 2007, they say, they were able to derail the reforms by reaching out to their 350,000 members.
Instead, a heated dispute threatened to derail them entirely.
At the same time, Palestinian officials continue to advocate unrealistic positions that threaten to derail any agreement.
The attack of the savages seemed to be concentrating forward, evidently to derail the engine or kill the engineer.
I had no dynamite with me, and I could neither blow it up nor derail it.
He knew for a certainty whose plantations he might traverse, and whose fences he might derail.
That would delay it or derail it, and neither option is acceptable.
He testified that he had kept the detective agencies informed as to the progress of the plot to derail the train.
To throw off the proper course; wreck: He managed to derail the proposal just before Christmas
[1950s+; The source term, ''To leave or cause a car or engine to leave the railroad tracks,'' was adopted fr French by 1850]