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And "because there is more moisture around, the mummies have begun to disintegrate," he said.

The old jerseys began to disintegrate and funds were low.

Elizia raises a weapon, threatening to disintegrate him.

Human hair and fingernails are the last part of the body to disintegrate after we die.

Mason Cooley once suggested that illusions are hazardous, and so are disillusions. disintegrate

Most comets quickly disintegrate upon entry into our atmosphere.

He could disintegrate organic matter to ash just by touching it.

Human nails and hair do not grow after death, they are simply the last part of the body to disintegrate.

Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe once said that it is better we disintegrate in peace, and not in pieces.

The home team saw their lead disintegrate after a couple of quick goals in the third period.

The Wakatsukis stop eating together in the camp mess halls, and the family begins to disintegrate.

Imran batted on to lunch on the third day in the hope that the pitch would disintegrate in favour of his spinners.

However, Sam analyzes the Nano Forge and discovers it can create catastrophic nanites that can disintegrate any object.

Spanish Civil War The Blueshirt movement had begun to disintegrate also, so much so that by 1935 the organisation no longer existed.

She could disintegrate any kind of matter, including water and air molecules, store the energy and expel it in balls of explosive energy.

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