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No doubt, over a period of time, the ravages of the hurricane will be put right with financial aid but now there is little hope.
Against the ravages of the leisure industries, we need every ally we can find.
The typically inventive manner in which Kramer exposed his disease--posing for a black-and-white photograph, bare except for boxer shorts, his belly bloated with toxins--illustrated the naked truth about the ravages of AIDS and the still-urgent need for research and education in a way few have dared before.
How different war and poverty look when their ravages are sitting beside you.
He discusses the effects of shifting the radical conversation from a focus on the deep divisions of "selfishness" - unemployment, educational deprivation, the diminution in health and housing provision - to the ravages of "sadism": "This cultural left thinks more about stigma than about money, more about deep and hidden psychosexual motivations than about shallow and evident greed.
Who would have surmised that African American writers would figure forth to preserve a Western literary form from the ravages of "extreme commodification of all human relations," from its transmutation into "postmodernist parody and self deconstruction"?
The Legion Departments affiliated with the LIT have long recognized the need to help their members protect themselves from the financial ravages of accident and illness and Bankers is a highly respected leader in that industry.
Plus de 300 oliviers et 450 bottes de foin ont ete ravages par le feu dans la wilaya de Skikda depuis le debut du mois de septembre en cours, a-t-on appris, hier, aupres de la Protection civile.
James Dickerson makes a case for the fact that yellow fever could indeed emerge anew as a health threat--and his history, culling facts from historical archives, describes its ravages, its eradication, and the threat of its return as a biological warfare agent and a possible side effect of global warming.
The saga begins with Gerhard Domagk, who as a field physician for the German army in World War I witnessed soldiers' deaths and then dedicated his life to finding a way to protect other soldiers against the ravages of bacteria.
He has spent the last 40 years trying to convince his fellow Americans to forsake modern society and the ravages it causes to the environment.