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Synonyms for bane

Synonyms for bane

the act of destroying or state of being destroyed

anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

something that causes total loss or severe impairment, as of one's health, fortune, honor, or hopes

a cause of suffering or harm

Synonyms for bane

something causing misery or death

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"Deputy PM for Investments and Informatisation Richard Rascaroni (Smer) later responded that several subjects, including Hornonitrianske Bane Prievidza, the municipality, businesses and third sector, had to contribute to the material concerning the transformation of the mines in the Upper Nitra region.However, he stressed that there was no mention about speeding up or slowing down the coal extraction, as reported by TASR.
However, in 'Bane & Blessing' readers will find that the evil characters are truly evil."
Bane was assisted on the transaction by Roger Brandt, senior vice president in New York.
Later that day, when police arrived to search Tyson's house, Mr Bane said he saw him throw something into a friend's car.
Reduced Bane, 25, was charged with aggravated assault in an unrelated case, along with Tyson and three other men, but is expected to get a reduced sentence for testifying against Tyson.
The "graphic novel brought to life" sees Joe playing hired hand Bruce Bane who works the mean streets of pulp fiction.
Today, Robert Bane Editions predominantly represents Fabian Perez, an Argentina painter whose acrylic-based canvases are at once sensual, evocative and striking.
Mary Jo Bane is a leading specialist on faith-based social action and is the author of a number of books and articles on poverty, welfare, families and the role of churches in civic life.
The long, strong stems make several different kinds of leopard's bane first class, both for cutting and as border plants, where they mix specially well with the green bracts of euphorbia.
Bane Tele will use Digiquant's system to provide subscribers of its Internet protocol-based communication offerings with a self-service portal.
The Changing Role of Religion in American Social Welfare Edited by Mary Jo Bane, Brent Coffin, and Ronald Thiemann
Some might call Michael Bane, the author of this book, crazy.
Rapid consumer acceptance of online shopping was the X factor, says Melissa Bane of the Yankee Group, a Boston-based technology market research firm.
It's a bane of existence, if you edit the book section of a magazine, to have reviewers who never quite manage to get you the review.
Not only are salt and sun the bane of beautiful skin, they can also make life miserable for plants.