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use "catastrophe" in a sentence

From other points of view, there has to be some sort of catastrophe."

But he added that it would be a "catastrophe" if Britain left the EU.

What if, God forbid, there was a fire, or some other catastrophe?

The residents were unprepared for the catastrophe the storm would cause.

This is a catastrophe for the economy, Tourism Minister Salma Loumi said.

For some, it opens up a new world, for others it just delays the catastrophe.

Your whole life is wrecked in just one day by this unanticipated catastrophe!

"We only want, as is usual for cases of a catastrophe, these costs to be removed.

The wrangling in Brussels and the clamoring in Athens, he says, is a catastrophe.

You could actually make a bad situation go from bad to a catastrophe, Payton said.

Such projects veered between triumph and catastrophe, sometimes on the same night.

A chain of factors interlock, overlap and unfold into catastrophe on the high seas.

He also leads the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe.

It was not befitting our once-biggest star, but it was no catastrophe either.

And it is not a climate catastrophe either, but an abnormality in large scale weather.

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