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  • Info Destruction is the concept of damage to an object, system, being or idea.
  • The company also lost its entire computer system and nearly all of its records in the destruction.
  • It was the police who were doing most of the destruction.
  • Heavy fire was brought down upon the enemy in the first five hours resulting in large scale destruction.
  • The plan looked to the future, and did not focus on the destruction caused by the war.
  • All efforts failed despite the destruction of a Chinese company.
  • The three vow to find a way to prevent the future destruction of their world.
  • It was a first step to prevent further destruction.
  • On the other hand, total destruction of both king and people will result if they turn to wickedness.
  • The mission failed leaving eight American servicemen dead and the destruction of two aircraft.
  • In recent years, the city administration has been widely criticized for heavy destruction that has affected many historical buildings.
  • A few sources differ on who is responsible for the destruction and when it occurred.
  • Demand for more pharmaceutical products may place the public at risk through the destruction of species.
  • Due to the destruction of documents, it is impossible to state how many forced workers died in the other islands.
  • The city has not seen such widespread destruction since.
  • Significant public resentment also developed as a result of the destruction of multiple historic structures.
  • This will then usher in the destruction of those who do not wish to follow God.
  • After the destruction of the city, occupation was minor until about the 11th century.
  • We being life forms, cosmic destruction would mean the disappearance of all life.
  • However, at the same time, these same wars resulted in the almost complete destruction of the Imperial system.
  • The same rivers that earlier brought death and destruction began to provide increasing levels of transportation and commerce.
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Meaning of destruction

  • noun The termination of something by causing so much damage to it that it cannot be repaired or no longer exists
  • noun An event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something