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  • There are different versions of the story of how this annihilation took place.
  • They would have no chance of living on into the next world, and thus suffered a complete personal annihilation.
  • But there did not exist any formal annihilation program until the second year of the war.
  • Other low-level annihilation events will also take place, albeit very slowly.
  • But Eastern Europe countries will place themselves under the threat of total annihilation.
  • He prophesied that, if they brought about another world war, they would experience their annihilation.
  • I am sure now that the real object of this war is the annihilation of our nation as a whole.
  • He concluded that "nothing short of their annihilation will get it from them".
  • The process for finding the annihilation term is similar to the above.
  • They are one of the few people with the authority to order the annihilation of a planet.
  • She believes in complete annihilation of her enemies, no matter the cost.
  • The battle lasted for several days and eventually resulted in the total annihilation of the Russian company.
  • Shortly thereafter a second album was released Annihilation which was followed by a second European tour.
  • When annihilation is complete then only excess dislocation of one kind will remain.
  • Instead, the products of its annihilation with ordinary matter are observed.
  • The final scene of the record shows the entire human population is headed for imminent annihilation.
  • The world is thirty minutes away from total nuclear annihilation.
  • Their leader demands that the human race surrender, or face total annihilation.
  • We are introduced to the "other side" of the life of humans faced by total annihilation.
  • In most run and guns, contact with an enemy leads to annihilation.
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Meaning of annihilation

  • noun Destruction by annihilating something
  • noun Total destruction
    bomb tests resulted in the annihilation of the atoll