It goes without saying that a natural disaster--a hurricane, tornado, lightning strike, etc.--can potentially wreak havoc with
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The assertive, often swirling winds can wreak havoc with
golfers' club selection and errant shots into the yawning surf.
The company's lasers are said to be particularly well suited for use in harsh environments that would normally wreak havoc with
sensitive instrumentation, according to the literature.
In the long run, we will have to achieve a stable population that is compatible with a high quality of life for humans and that does not wreak havoc with
Once this pairing occurs, the complex travels as a unit to the cell's nucleus, where it can wreak havoc with
DNA's normal, genetically prescribed activities.
In the sea, as on land, garbage can wreak havoc with