oblivion


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freedom from worry, care, or unpleasantness

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the state of being disregarded or forgotten

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total forgetfulness

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Gordon Brown said the UK is on the cusp of oblivion
They held on to their mortar boards and gowns as they climbed 180ft to the top of Alton Towers' Oblivion ride.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian short film "Oblivion" directed by Fatemeh Mohammadi has made it into the screening program of the 16th edition of We Care Film Festival in India.
He also noted that when the amnesty was granted to Trillanes, 'no crime was committed' by the senator as it 'abolishes and puts into oblivion the offense itself.'
'Through his actions, it is true he is heading into political oblivion,' he said.
PLAID Cymru is in danger of "political oblivion" if it responds to the challenge of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party by basing its strategy on "socialist theory", one of the party's four MPs will warn today.
Blaisdell, "The Lords of Oblivion" is a simply riveting literary fantasy/magical realism novel about a lethal conflict that starts in the Dark Ages and ends in modern San Francisco, all in the space of one conjuror's lifetime.
At the time, the band - comprising singer Madeline Follin and guitarist Brian Oblivion - were taking a well-earned rest and making plans for their third album.
THERESA May's Government is "on a slow retreat to oblivion" and has "no objectives, no mission", shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said ahead of Wednesday's Budget.
Staff climbed the Oblivion yesterday to rescue the group, some as young as 12, on the steep incline close to a vertical drop.
The snapper - whose exhibition Derelict Decadence is at the New Glasgow Society from June 16 - hopes his images might save some buildings from oblivion.
Six are in hospital and three were treated by paramedics after taking synthetic cannabis drugs called Oblivion and Annihilation.
Citing "obstinate memories" transmitted from parents and caregivers to children across generations, despite oblivion in a variety of ways, Amilivia provides ethnographic and oral-historical evidence that attests to ways that private memory transmissions about disappearance and political imprisonment under the regime of state terrorism in Uruguay have endured despite transitional policies of oblivion and a social culture of silencing and impunity during the initial decades after the dictatorship.
Bouis (translator); OBLIVION; New Vessel Press (Fiction: Translations) 15.95 ISBN: 9781939931252
the universal flat heat death, not of oblivion. Oblivion being, almost