blight


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to spoil or destroy

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Thus the Frost-King lost his kingdom, And his power to harm and blight.
I don't mind it much,' returned Young Blight, heaving a sigh, as if its bitterness were past.
On this head, young Blight had no doubt whatever, so Mr Boffin made him a present of that sum of money, and thanked him for his attention to his (Mr Boffin's) affairs; which, he added, were now, he believed, as good as settled.
Chickpea Blight is a devastating disease of chickpea (Cicer areitinum L.
Clayton Blight is accused of posting comments on Facebook after he didn't get the job at the Welsh Ambulance Service - targeting his former boss and colleagues online.
A chemical explosion, triggering a deadly blight across the compound and beyond, sends Tempest outside her once-safe borders into the forest, bearing seeds from the one plant that resisted the blight.
ABSTRACT: Current study comprised of 20 donor parent lines and four indica elite strains resistant against bacterial leaf blight having diversity in origin viz.
There is one disease that can wreak havoc on a pear tree--the dreaded fire blight --a disease that affects apples, pears and quince.
SIR - Michael Williams writes of wind turbines as a visually intrusive blight in certain special landscapes (WM letters, September 25).
The property in question is located in a 57-acre area known as the Armour Road Site, which the City sought to redevelop in an effort to remove blight The City enacted a general ordinance authorizing the acquisition of each parcel of land within the blighted area.
We are supporting initiatives that partner with our local communities to transform blight into new opportunities for quality housing, business growth and job creation, Corbett said.
17 ( ANI ): British scientists have developed genetically modified potatoes, which are resistant to "late blight.
Caused by the microorganism Pbytopbthora infestans, late blight kills susceptible tomato plants within days of infection.
The blight that scourged Ireland's potatoes in the 1840s has finally been identified.