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Synonyms for depredate

to rob of goods by force, especially in time of war

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8:20) The main idea is that the entire cosmos is affected by the vanity of humanity from the time of Adam because of sin, depending on the situation and destiny of humankind, the main depredator of the planet.
One Venezuelan promoter says: "The FTAA advocates high levels of dependency and sub-ordination created through a depredator economic development which would deepen inequalities The ALBA defeats the FTAA".
Because of the relatively high quantities of the flour of soybean required to ensure the protection of the flours against this depredator, it seems difficult to consider this leguminous plant in the protection of provender.
Advances made over the last 30 years increased the concern about the damages and effects of man's activities on ecological environments, such as pollution and species extinction, mainly considering man as the supreme depredator.
Blinded by their hatred of President Bush, the Left seems not to care that, besides his other offenses, Hussein may very well have been the world's worst environmental depredator.
One of the Venezuelan promoters says: "The FTAA advocates high levels of dependency and sub-ordination created through a depredator economic development which would deepen inequalities The ALBA defeats the FTAA".