notable disaster

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Let him have the whole five and a quarter," said Don Quixote; "for the sum total of this notable disaster does not stand on a quarter more or less; and make an end of it quickly, Master Pedro, for it's getting on to supper-time, and I have some hints of hunger.
One notable disaster occurred in 1859 when British colonist Thomas Austin imported 24 rabbits for sport hunting.
Although this is not a new concept, the perspective came into particular vogue in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and has popped up after other notable disasters.