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wrecked

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Larry was far too wrecked to drive.
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About 69 contraband luxury vehicles worth P277 million and eight contraband luxury motorcycles worth P19 million were publicly wrecked through backhoe and bulldozer at the port.
Where you have wrecked all havoc, why should I voice any more concern?
Wrecked & Abandoned Vessel' (2011) XVI Art Antiquity and Law 297.
In July, a customised 458 with a pounds 65,000 Dolce and Gabbana interior was wrecked in a warehouse blaze at Heathrow airport after being flown in from Saudi Arabia.
I have for many years seen this old wreck parked upon the side of the island and wondered how had this ship got to be wrecked here and left to slowly rot away.
Gordon Brown, not content with wrecking the economy, is allowing the clocks to be turned back to the 1970s when the unions wrecked the country.
1 : to damage or destroy by or as if by force or violence <I wrecked my car.>
They identify each wrecked aircraft, match its numbers to crew names, and then pass the wreck location and other information on to the Joint POW-MIA Accounting Command, the Department of Defense task force responsible for locating, identifying, and bringing home the remains of missing military personnel.
SCAVENGERS who snatched pounds 1million in BMW motorbikes and car parts that were washed onto a Devon beach from a wrecked ship have been told they can keep them.
"All too often, we get into companies that have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to launch certain things, wrecked their balance sheets, wrecked their organizations, wrecked their morale, and you ask them the first basic question--why?" said Dennis Shaughnessy, chairman of FTI Consulting, at a roundtable session on innovation sponsored by IBM.
Frank's Wrecked (0689873832, $15.95) is one of the most moving stories you could find on the aftermath of an auto accident.
Ann, from the shore, and Seamus, from the wrecked ship, share the narrative, taking turns to relate the action.
The Caledonia was wrecked off the Cornish coast in 1842, and nine of the ten people on board were drowned.
Mrs Thatcher wrecked British manufacturing industry and devastated whole areas of Britain by her obsession with high interest rates.