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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.
For the time being the interests of an enterprise of five thousand would obliterate those of fifty.
He loved to trace her name linked with his own, and then to obliterate it again, in case anyone would see it.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
Therefore, Socialism, excluding competition inspired by self-interest would obliterate the social dividend.
All the vindictiveness and rancor of a party press could not obliterate these traits, and character sufficed to put down calumny.
The latter has allowed its prejudices and its feelings to obliterate or to stultify its reason.

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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