devestation

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The trail of devestation in Spectre extends from Mexico City to London and Rome and then on to Morocco.
While 3 have been confirmed dead, at least 4 are already said to be amputees as a result of the devestation that ripped through more than just the race.
A classified US government report now suggests someone has hacked into this very infrastructure and has the power to cause widespread devestation.
Summary: Hundreds of flood warnings remained in place across England and Wales as flood-ravaged towns woke up to another day of devestation.
Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devestation.
If the council goes ahead and clear the rest of the trees, what would have been a woodland in full bloom will be a scene of devestation.
How are we to stop the repetitive cycle of human devestation, violence, war, and death?
Neither words nor pictures can completely capture the magnitude of the devestation and the efforts to save lives.
Local councillor Tom Allen described the scene at the house as one of "utter devestation.
Since the government and the teachers are so far apart in their views the best we can hope for now is a short term fudge that at least avoids the devestation of an all-out teacher's strike.
While 2 have been reported dead, at least 4 are already said to be amputees as a result of the devestation that ripped through more than just the race.