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reduced to nothingness

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For a week the sun was obscured by heavy clouds, while violent rain and wind storms obliterated the last remnants of the spoor Tarzan constantly though vainly sought.
Back from the lip of the hole, where ended the young man's obliterated trial, Carlson put on the shoes and walked away to the left.
Yet she appeared confident in innocence and did not tremble, although gazed on and execrated by thousands, for all the kindness which her beauty might otherwise have excited was obliterated in the minds of the spectators by the imagination of the enormity she was supposed to have committed.
And so, unmolested, Tarzan passed from the camp of the Abyssinians, from which the din of conflict followed him deep into the jungle until distance gradually obliterated it entirely.
In short, while this other-personality is vestigial in all of us, in some of us it is almost obliterated, while in others of us it is more pronounced.
He never entered nor left by the same way, so that the tropic growth on the rich soil, being so rarely trod upon, ever obliterated the slightest sign of his having passed that way.
It is good to note that in the spate of child abuse cases recently in different parts of the country and brutal killing of innocent Zainab like unfortunate victims, everyone in the public seems committed and determined to create awareness in the society against the heinous killers, revise and update the relevant laws for awarding exemplary punishments to the apprehended criminals and to ensure child abuse in any manner is obliterated from Pakistan like terrorism menace.
It is good to note that in the spate of child abuse cases recently in parts of the country and brutal killing of innocent Zainab-like unfortunate victims, everyone seems committed and determined to generating awareness in society against the heinous killers, revise and update the relevant laws for awarding exemplary punishment to the criminals and ensure child abuse in any manner is obliterated from Pakistan like terrorism menace.
This wicked ideology must be obliterated, and I mean completely obliterated," he added.
Once you've got away with it, you just keep on doing it," says ex-policeman Pete while Sanja, describing the guilt, says: "In one night we've obliterated two fully functioning families.
If you thought I had a good start there, you stick me up against Usain Bolt and I will get absolutely obliterated," he said.
by noise, obliterated by the Atlantic Ocean, that oldest and
The UN voted and declared a no-fly zone over Libya but did not state the Libyan army should be obliterated (with obvious casualties) nor that Gaddafi should be consigned to dust.
A dog had run over the brick while wet, and almost obliterated the image of the King.
This in Sderot, a town built on the site of an Arab village illegally attacked and obliterated by Israel during their 1948 invasion.