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That’s giving a show that doesn’t need any help more ammunition to obliterate expectations.
Four years earlier, when Richard Nixon obliterated George McGovern, the first presidential election in which Kosik was eligible to vote, she didn’t.
The power of numbers and the longest guns cannot destroy principle nor obliterate truth.
Then, the edge of that bubble would expand across the cosmos at the speed of light, obliterating anything in its path with no warning.
When a government officer “fraudulently alters, falsifies, conceals, destroys, or obliterates any account” they can be prosecuted.
His object was to remove every trace of himself as he passed onward to the goal ahead of him—to obliterate his tracks entirely.
IN THE DAY OF ADVERSITYJOHN BLOUNDELLE-BURTON
The original date on the gate also remains in spite of the attempt to obliterate it.
His success here was such as to obliterate all memory of his former defeat.
It is incredible how many years are needed to obliterate recollection by the hand of time.
THE TENANTS OF MALORYJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
He was resolved to obliterate the disgrace of having been duped, by the reality of his meditated triumph.

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