annihilated


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As for racism, it is evident by the fact that whole groups of people were annihilated by another race simply because the white race considered these Indian people to be savages.
Later, both tribes are annihilated in great Joshuan tradition.
that would one day be utterly annihilated and there would be a celebration in heaven.
As as result of this cloud cover, the alternate target, Nagasaki, was chosen instead and annihilated.
Farms have often annihilated broad areas of mangrove forests and other coastal habitats, polluted rivers and coastal waters, eliminated wild fisheries and fishing communities, and fallen victim to ravaging diseases.
It's been far too easy for them to come in, strip away what they needed, leave the land completely annihilated, and make their own rules about how to clean up the mess.
And China's artists are still recovering from the Cultural Revolution, from 1967 to 1977, when almost an entire generation of artists was annihilated for political reasons.
Eventually, the positrons collide with electrons in the material and are annihilated, releasing energy in the form of gamma rays.
RAGING Mark McGhee fears Dons will be annihilated by Celtic next week if they produce the same inept first-half show.
CDATA[ Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, promised Wednesday in a meeting with Mauritania's president that Israel would soon be annihilated.
This SF rail has already been annihilated so Tyson Flores goes for style points
It has been more than 150 years since the Irish potato famine, when the funguslike disease called blight annihilated the staple food for millions of people.