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Behind a row of sagging cabins and decades-old farm equipment, flat fields ran into the brambly branches of a leafless forest before fading into the oblivion of a dreary squall.
THE BIG THAW: HOW RUSSIA COULD DOMINATE A WARMING WORLDBY ABRAHM LUSTGARTEN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY SERGEY PONOMAREVDECEMBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
The pandemic has taken an industry that was already fending off threats on all sides and nudged it toward oblivion.
Reinvention is the holy grail of business, both for tech companies trying to bend the arc of the universe and old-line companies desperately attempting to stave off oblivion.
He was contemporary with Milton, and preferred before him by critics of the day, but has now sunk into oblivion.
Could you have let them alone, by this time, poor Souls, they had been all peaceably buried in Oblivion!
After the total oblivion of the matter in his waking moments, he will sometimes recall all the details of the affair in a dream.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
Sleep kindly came to some, and lulled their spirits into momentary oblivion.
Holding the violin aloft, he cried exultingly: Henceforth thou art mine, though death and oblivion lurk ever near thee!
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
You will not succeed in wresting it for long from the eternal oblivion where-unto it is destined.
MARGUERITEANATOLE FRANCE
But the momentary oblivion of her trouble ceased when Georgie left her husband's arms and caught her cousin's eye.

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