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Freons, solvents, foaming agents are main destructors of the ozone layer," he said.
He gained a BA and MA and, after studying theatre, landed a bit part in The Story of Molly X in 1949 after which his rugged good looks ensured a successful career as a leading man in films such as Pollyanna (1960) and The Destructors (1966).
Whereas, horizontal violence is one of the largest destructors of professional workplace culture and includes all acts of unkindness, discourtesy, sabotage, divisiveness, infighting, lack of cohesion, scapegoating and criticism; and
ENGLISH author Graham Greene once wrote a nihilistic little tale titled The Destructors.
A spokesperson of Lashkar-e-Kahar, or Destructors, telephoned the private television channel in Srinagar, summer capital of India's Jammu and Kashmir state, to claim responsibility for Tuesday's explosions.
In the interest of minimizing air pollution, the EPA and MDEQ allowed only clean vegerative debris to be burned and strongly encouraged the use of air curtain destructors and other combustion units in the early stages of cleanup.
But with the kind of cachet that vandalism and crime have in popular media, few know about the creators--more are familiar with the destructors.