"I feel sorry for those families that have had their Christmas ruined
@jenventure also had her Christmas ruined
. She wrote: "Bought a nice fresh turkey this week in date until the 26th, opened it up today and it's off!
Almost every front garden was piled high with ruined
doors, cupboards or carpets - with a layer of mud from the now-receded water covering every surface.
Critique: A gritty, realistic, deftly crafted novel, "Ruined
Wings" is a simply riveting read from beginning to end.
Olivia and Em decide that, rather than having only one of them rule the Ruined
as a monarch, they will lead together as a pair.
deterioration, thus warning that visible sign of the ruined
These linkages broaden the category of 'environment' often deployed in environmental histories and reveal paradoxes that might not otherwise emerge: warfare destroyed some landscapes, but created others; soldiers plundered homes for wood, while plundered forests became temporary homes; falling trees destroyed bodies, but soldiers and artists and photographers also likened trees to bodies and bodies to trees: blasted, limbs lost, ruined
In "The Big Bang Theory" Season 7 Episode 4, "The Raiders Minimization," Amy (Mayim Bialik) ruined
the movie "Raiders of the Lost Ark" for Sheldon by pointing out a major flaw in the plot.
There we found ourselves transfixed by one of the most ruined
of all ancient ruins, the Trophy of Augustus, erected in 5 BCE.
And what about the ruined
world beyond the United Kingdom?
Two decades on, Lebanon's capital is a mixture of old and new, ruined
and restored, erased and replaced.
Sainsbury's has all ready ruined
the village once with the car park by the bus stops.
Lynn Nottage's "Ruined
" is a script for a play that has won several best plays of 2009 awards.
2 : the state or fact of being killed, ruined
, or brought to an end <Destruction of the animal's habitat nearly caused its extinction.>
How Equal Temperament Ruined
Harmony: And Why You Should Care, by Ross.