largely unscathed

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  • The forests of the mountains remained largely unscathed by the storm.
  • In this way, the collection survived the war largely unscathed.
  • As a result, the city incurred heavy damage but German defenses went largely unscathed.
  • Some coal wagons were smashed, but the coal train engine itself was largely unscathed.
  • During World War II, the station and its entrance buildings were severely damaged, but the road bridge that crosses it remained largely unscathed.
  • The Kelley's home, adjacent to the property, escaped largely unscathed.
  • La Verkin continued to grow during the 2009 recession and seemed largely unscathed.
  • Though the naxals had called for a boycott of the polls, the second phase ended largely unscathed.
  • Largely unscathed, Tony is home the next morning, and is visited by the members of his crime family who all lament the death of Christopher.
  • The result was another victory for Montrose, but the Mackenzies emerged largely unscathed.
  • Land reform legislation in the 1960s and 1970s left elite hegemony in agriculture and landholding largely unscathed.
  • Her father survives the tragedy largely unscathed, however, and awakens as a patrol of military scouts arrives.
  • The Second World War left the city largely unscathed, mainly because of the peace initiative of a local doctor, Theodor Dobler.
  • The Civil War ended in 1865 and with Gordonsville being largely unscathed, passenger rail service was quickly reestablished.
  • Thanks to not having any important major industries, Kettwig emerged from World War II largely unscathed and with most of its medieval old town still intact.
  • In the event, only the front elevation remained largely unscathed on the production vehicle, The side and rear elevations were changed and a roof added, to minimise production costs.
  • Having lost numerous government aides in the face of political turmoil, Lula has come largely unscathed in the eyes of the public, with overwhelming approval rates.
  • The historical heart of Lviv with its old buildings and cobblestone streets has survived Soviet and Nazi occupation during World War II largely unscathed.
  • His career survived largely unscathed however, and he commanded several more ships, reaching the rank of post-captain during a period of service in the East Indies, before his health obliged him to return to Britain.
  • The end of World War II witnessed the recentralization of monetary power in the hands of a United States that had been left largely unscathed by the war.
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