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Rainstorms and floods have ravaged the provinces of Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi, Hubei, Hunan, Guangdong, Guizhou and Yunnan and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region since June 6.
Yellow fever made its first appearance in the Caribbean 350 years ago and ravaged the Americas for 250 years.
Yellow fever had ravaged North America for >200 years, bringing death and economic ruin to several major cities.
Bodmin, 1349: An Epic Novel of Christians and Jews in the Plague Years is a work of historical fiction, set during the Middle Ages when the "Black Death" ravaged Europe.
In historical hindsight, the longevity of the Roman Empire was extraordinary, given the centuries of almost unrelenting tyranny, warfare, economic decay, and even natural disasters that ravaged the once-proud Roman dominions.
The canceled performance ravaged the 24-year-old company financially, but desire and ingenuity enabled Monte and her eight ethnically diverse dancers to endure.
Responding to calls for emergency relief efforts for survivors of the deadly earthquake that ravaged the city of Barn, Iran, the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has released an initial grant of $15,000.
But while Jacko, 45, is believed to have had more than 50 operations to achieve his ravaged look, it seems Stephanie, 38, may have spent too much time in the sun and attending wild parties.
What does this mean for the ravaged land, struggling to breathe after four years of drought?
The last sentence of Clark Field's letter (NCR, June 7), "The time has come for the laity to take their place alongside the clergy and work together to bring Christ to a world ravaged by war, hate and greed" is well taken.
3, insurers had received about 2,000 claims related to the more than 100 brush fires that ravaged the state of New South Wales and virtually surrounded Sydney, the country's largest city.
The peacekeepers said it was the first time they experienced a "high-degree" incident since they arrived in the ravaged former Portuguese colony in mid-November.