He ruffled some feathers by suggesting ‘if blogging is to go mainstream, bloggers will have to sharpen their act up considerably’.
So sharpen your proverbial pencils and get scribbling, because it's your reviews that keep me writing.
students will sharpen up their reading skills
they've got to sharpen up in front of the goal
If all the procrastinator had left to do was to sharpen some pencils, no force on earth could get him do it.
The exchange of dark-squared Bishops would have left Black with a very passive position, so he decides to sharpen things up a bit.
If you're still with me, be prepared to sharpen both your pencils and your little gray cells.
they must sharpen up or risk losing half their business
What he did do was provide Hatton with a granite block on which to sharpen his skills and hone his experience.
Baxter admitted he was not pleased with the previous day's training, where too many players showed their poor finishing during a lengthy session devoted to shooting practice, in which he tried to sharpen matters up in front of goal.