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obliterated

mod. drunk. Fred was obliterated and couldn’t walk to his car, let alone drive it.
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If Gaddafi and his army are obliterated, who taKes their place?
Our disobedience and ingratitude have obliterated the stamp of His approval and pleasure.
Life on Earth has been witness to five great mass extinctions--events that obliterated more than 50 percent of living things.
In building this superhighway, how many American farms and communities will be obliterated through eminent domain?
Annoyingly the designers had obliterated the normal browser task bars but the clean screen does make for a prettier viewing.
Astronomers say the annual Perseid meteor shower -- seen Friday and Saturday -- will be all but obliterated by a nearly full moon.
The canvassing, which was a great aspect of our program, is now obliterated" explains founder and program director Anne Rolfes, "because the homes the canvassers used to knock on are obliterated.
Its charter states, "Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it.
Considering the disruptive power of the Other--and the sheer terror of being obliterated by it--some of these responses seem pretty reasonable.
Elephant Prince does not recount the commonest version of Ganesh's origin, in which Parvati creates a child from earth and her husband Shiva is so surprised by the stranger he cuts the boy's head off; instead, Elephant Prince draws upon a classic Indian text entitled "Brahma Vaivarta Purana" to present a version in which Parvati wishes for a child and to her delight has her wish granted, yet tragedy strikes when the god Shani (Saturn) accidentally destroys the child's head, for whatever powerful Shani gazes upon is instantly obliterated.
In 2705 Mars, womanologist Kendar looks back three centuries to doomed heroine Sara, a Martian archeologist, who tried to shut down a machine that ultimately obliterated the female population.
It is striking how similar they all become, how completely their physical individuality is obliterated.
streets are being narrowed or obliterated, and the city's once-grand open spaces are increasingly interrupted by concrete barriers, chain-link fences, bollards, and armed guards.
Capitol Hill is obliterated along with the president and the entire congress when a plane crashes into it.
Not only have familiar landmarks been obliterated and new ones constructed, but the park's hidden underground infrastructure has been reconfigured as the topography was transformed from swamp to ash dump to World's Fair grounds (twice).