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complete annihilation

the act of exterminating

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R], recognized domestically and abroad for bed bug extermination equipment, is offering the KleenJet[R] Supreme 3000CVP steam cleaning machine for pest control.
The statement lamented that despite that good intention, the world has since the Auschwitz liberation witnessed mass exterminations in places such as Rwanda, East Timor, Sierra Leone, the former Yugoslavia and most recently Darfur in Sudan.
Today is a solemn occasion on which to commemorate those whose lives were taken in Auschwitz and other Nazi extermination camps,'' according a statement released by Sok An, chairman of a government task force on a proposed U.
Recalling that some two-thirds of European Jews were killed at Auschwitz and other extermination camps along with communists, disabled people, homosexuals and prisoners of war, he said, ''At the end of World War II, as the survivors emerged from those camps, the world pledged 'never again.
The Health Department's Pest Control Program conducts inspections, exterminations and lot cleaning to eliminate rodent shelter and reduce the overall rodent population.
Sporadic extermination programs performed by the City are not sufficient to stem this tide.
Adding this component would mean that an exterminator must be brought in, traps have to be set and baited and a period of time must pass to ensure successful extermination.
As well, it was the Polish government in exile that alerted the world to the mass exterminations of the Jews.
From the very beginning of the Nazi occupation in September 1939, the Polish people were selected for removal and displacement, and the Polish intelligensia marked for extermination.
It was because of this large Jewish population, not because of Polish feelings, that the Nazis located the extermination camps in Oswiecim and Bzrezinka.
George Segal's extraordinary memorial proposes a line of inquiry strikingly different from the familiar exercise - at once useless and obscene - of comparing the Nazi murder machine to other mass exterminations in order to establish a hierarchy of historical horrors.