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I hope the large landowners never devastate nature, which is a gift from God.

The Chinese New Year is determined by the lunar calendar. devastate

Hurricanes periodically devastate the economy of Guadeloupe.

The invading force went on to devastate southern Gaul.

Gabrielle promises to make him jealous and devastate him permanently, but Carlos says it’s not possible.

Escovopsis is a highly virulent fungus that has the potential to devastate an ant garden; as it is horizontally transmitted.

This can no longer pertain when our most potent weapons would devastate whole populations and ravage the planet.

They frustrate us, devastate us, sometimes completely shake up our world.

These unintended mistakes can devastate families, so make sure you always look before you lock your vehicle.

America changed its mind after 2008 and broke hard for the tea party, building a wave that would devastate Democrats.

Many hunters say the ban would devastate Maine outfitters and guides who rely on the fall bear hunt to bring in out-of-state tourism dollars.

The play is historic in its content and context, but still has the power to devastate an audience (BRING TISSUES) and educate about what happened.

This went against many Navajo traditions, not to mention devastate their economy.

Marauders are shock-troops, organic first-strike weapons, meant to devastate whole planets.

The Homeland War (1991 - 1995) In the early 1990s the tragic Yugoslav wars began to devastate the country.

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