exterminates

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Some say that it is a philtre for love, and that it exterminates jealousy.

It banishes free white labor—it exterminates the mechanic—the artisan—the manufacturer.

It destroys all vegetation, except sage-brush and grease-wood, and exterminates all animals, except cayotes and Indians.

He exterminates many plants in large areas, and substitutes in large measure those of his choice.

Baldus exterminates the whole vile multitude, while Fracassus pulls Gulfora's palace about her ears.

Blessed nature, healthy, temperate nature, abhors and exterminates excess.

It banishes free white labor, it exterminates the mechanic, the artisan, the manufacturer.

It is virtually axiomatic that no predatory species (other than modern man) exterminates its own food supply.

Generally speaking, it does not act on the advancing at all, but on the non-advancing, which it exterminates.