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25 State devastated by Hurricane Katrina (postal abbr.
Chris is devastated," a source close to the couple revealed.
We were on the verge of great things, so everyone who's been involved or who has ever met him is going to be devastated.
Mr Taylor said Mr and Mrs Wightman were "devastated, absolutely devastated.
His death devastated best friend Christopher Menheneott, 24, from Criccieth, who had known Stephen since they were babies.
ISLAMABAD, September 21, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Pakistans economy which had registered a growth rate of 7-8 per cent in the past had been first devastated by the incidents of terrorism in which the country suffered loses to the tune of billions of dollars, while the recent devastating floods have exacerbated the economic challenges.
8 magnitude quake devastated central parts of the country, killing more than 700 people.
ISTANBUL, Jan 19, 2010 (TUR) -- The Foundation for Human Rights & Freedoms & Humanitarian Relief distributed humanitarian aid in Haiti following a magnitude-7 quake devastated the country.
The President also directed Personnel of Pakistan's army Peace mission deputed in Haiti to vigorously participate in relief activities, which are being carried out in earthquake devastated areas.
Byline: Indie band Noah And The Whale have been devastated after their entire haul of touring gear was stolen.
They said: "The family is devastated and very disappointed in Cameron's recent behaviour.
Yet Tulane, like other schools in the devastated region, needs funds to pay faculty and staff and recover from the hurricane.
Helens that killed 57 people and devastated 230 square miles of formerly verdant forest.
The site was not totally devastated, which means that some seeds, mostly spruce and fir, remain on the ground.
26 tsunami that killed more than 150,000 and left millions homeless in Asia and east Africa, have joined aid efforts by donating money and raising funds for the relief and rehabilitation of devastated areas that experts say could take years to accomplish.