destruction of life

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The violent destruction of life and property incident to war, the continual effort and alarm attendant on a state of continual danger, will compel nations the most attached to liberty to resort for repose and security to institutions which have a tendency to destroy their civil and political rights.
But you read him misunderstandingly when you conclude that the struggle for existence sanctions your wanton destruction of life.
Make us fight for truth, no matter the cost, because there is no grave consequence than the destruction of life and the decay of liberty and equality.
The spokesman said that the Kashmir dispute had become a nuclear flashpoint between the two countries and because of this very issue three wars were fought by India and Pakistan which resulted in huge destruction of life and property on the both sides.
Saying that as it was not clear who the box was meant for, nor how long it would be before it was opened, he concluded that the destruction of life was certain once she had put the baby into the box.
The aim wasn't publicity through destruction of property, but publicity through destruction of life.
We grieve the destruction of life, which had yet to bloom into full adulthood.
Third, abortion is the destruction of life on a truly massive scale.
More extreme weather events bring more destruction of life and property.
Any act of war involving wanton destruction of life and property including environmental wealth is a crime against both God and humanity, which merits a firm and unequivocal condemnation.
In particular, we take issue with our financial involvements in institutions associated with the State of Israel's military occupation of Palestinian lands, continued violations of Palestinian human rights, systematic destruction of life and property, inhumane segregation and systemic forms of discrimination.
People often take loans for betterment of life and it should not pave the way for destruction of life.