wrecking


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Related to wrecking: Wrecking Ball, Wrecking Crew
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Synonyms for wrecking

the event of a structure being completely demolished and leveled

destruction achieved by causing something to be wrecked or ruined

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I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball.
Beginning Sunday, June 19, Wrecking Bar has been serving a rotating selection of craft beers brewed on site (with up to 12 taps and four casks on hand each day) along with craft pub food infused with Wrecking Bar's beer including dishes like Beer & Cheese Soup with smoked gouda and house-brewed beer, Braised Beef Short Ribs in stout with stone-ground green chili grits and Pan-Seared Copper River Salmon with sauteed spinach, sweet potato strings and a golden ale grain mustard sauce.
Think Labour, think wrecking the economy and condoning strikes.
These machines are taking the place of the long-time industry stalwart, the crane equipped with a wrecking ball.
In the days when the wrecking ball and crane ruled the demolition site, other machines took a backseat.
Secularists have not succeeded in wrecking divine things," but secularists have succeeded in wrecking secular things .
A wrecking yard fire that blackened hundreds of stacked, stripped cars, sent plumes of thick dark smoke into the sky and burned for almost 24 hours posed little apparent health risk, an air quality official said Monday.
Japanese Auto Dismantling, PDQ Auto Parts, Mike's Auto Wrecking Inc.
The Wreck at Sharpnose Point' by Jeremy Seal tells the true story of the wrecking of the Caledonia, and the author's quest to find out the facts of the accident.