Having secured the route to the plains of Punjab, by pillaging
Bhera in 1004, Mahmud next raided Multan in 1005-06 in his fourth raid.
The ship, which lies at a depth of 3,800m on the bottom of the ocean, is now subject to a Unesco convention as a site of cultural heritage, which aims to stop the illegal pillaging
Prevalence of pillaging
activity was observed for the more frequent species of bees, Trigona spinipes and Paratrigona lineata (Table 1).
Their haul was huge, including the contents of royal tombs, which they badly damaged in the process of pillaging
sounds like an outdoor activity, does it not?
But I don't understand raping and pillaging
of the cultural property specified in China's request jeopardizes China's cultural heritage.
Pissing, belching, pillaging
are negated by excessive repetition--they can't be "real," they are so artificial.
`I know how exciting pillaging
is,' the giant said fondly, ruffling Jack's hair.
For a much poorer country, with a long history but few funds with which to preserve it, looting, or pillaging
, means the irretrievable destruction of that history.
Michael Kinsley wrote on November 7 in a house editorial for the Los Angeles Times, "Democrats seem oblivious to their platform's moral potency: innocent children suffering because their families can't get health insurance; platoons of young men and women dying in a war that didn't have to be; the pillaging
of God's green Earth."
Those who are being described as Janjaweed and are raping and pillaging
under this name are drawn mainly from pastoral peoples who compete with the settled Fur farmers they are attacking for access to land and water.