Oraciones con la palabra "obliterate"

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1. He drank drugs to obliterate.
2. He wanted to obliterate the man.
3. You were trying to obliterate him.
4. He wanted to obliterate their names.
5. It is what I tried to obliterate my crime.
6. That was her choice: to obliterate the chaos.
7. We could obliterate that whole village with a meteor strike.

8. Why do you say that? The destroyer will obliterate the tower.
9. Your efforts to obliterate it would be absolutely futile, and.
10. We'll use 4 different exercises to obliterate our triceps first.
11. Nevertheless it could not absolutely obliterate his vital spark.
12. She'd learned that what was important was to obliterate all the.
13. And now, as if that wasn't enough, let's obliterate the whole world.
14. And she said her job was to help me obliterate the nightmare quickly.
15. He hoped to obliterate more than a few of those faces before he died.
16. Each thinking they could obliterate the other, Maleth said as his.
17. Whatever business you’re doing, using this word can obliterate your.
18. The Germans tried to obliterate Jews without this self-serving hypocrisy.
19. Didn’t he understand? She needed to crush, to obliterate, to eliminate the slime.
20. Later in the same interview, she bragged, We would be able to totally obliterate them.
21. However, it would probably obliterate the top twenty or thirty feet of the structure, leaving.
22. We must win over those populations if we are to obliterate the communist threat to Southeast Asia.
23. If crossed, she could quite literally obliterate The Order, he said with the greatest reverence.
24. Rome has always sought to elevate its status by attempting to obliterate the knowledge and history of.
25. And to obliterate its past stigma, he chose their Mehrauli House, renamed Gautam Home, for its premises.
26. She realized with trepidation, that the next series of orgasms would obliterate the memory of the last one.
27. But why?! You could obliterate these mistakes of yours just like you did to the dinosaurs when you 1st arrived.
28. I wonder if Erudite and Dauntless will still be at a standstill then, waiting for one group to obliterate the other.
29. Our Lord, obliterate their wealth, and harden their hearts, they will not believe until they see the painful torment.
30. The F-100 pilots were trained to obliterate anything 100 meters beyond the camp in the direction the flaming arrow pointed.
31. They attempted to use legal maneuvers to circumvent the Fourteenth Amendment and obliterate the voting rights of black men.
32. So if we were accidently to obliterate life on Earth, then life would probably re-emerge randomly elsewhere in the universe.
33. Try to imagine a language in which anyone who has anything to do with using words could obliterate all words that offend him or her.
34. It was obvious that a continued offensive on this scale would not end the war but instead it would obliterate the American Air Corps.
35. He glanced behind again, and as miserable as it would be, he prayed for rain to obliterate the scent from the hounds, should they come.
36. And if the experiment were to unfold poorly, then the Occidental Union would use the disaster as the perfect pretext to obliterate the Free Islands.
37. The experience of bigger truths and even the biggest truth doesn’t obliterate your capacity to experience a small truth and therefore a separate self.
38. The fire-control technician, who fired the sonic bombs, had at his fingertips the power to obliterate an object as small as a man or as large as a city.
39. And my lips—my ludicrous and ostentatious lips! Discreetly, I pressed them to the back of my hand to obliterate the Plum Haze while the music bleated on.
40. Most of our founders were less than amused by the whole concept of royalty and were determined to obliterate any trace of such a thing from American soil.
41. He wanted to tear the contemptible place down, rip up the steel fences, obliterate the slides, and say to the children, ‘Go home! Play in your back yards!’.
42. With the popularity of Christianity it became customary to build new churches over alternative temples of worship in an attempt to obliterate earlier influences.
43. Whilst they moved she closed her eyes and thought of Elanclose; the trees, streams and leafy foliage, trying to obliterate the gray that was overwhelming her senses.
44. Even if someone had found the camp and vehicles, it only needed one person to cover the boards with sand, and a few goats to obliterate any signs of the excavation.
45. What was it that Orwell said in Nineteen Eighty-four? The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.
46. He wished as much as possible to obliterate the memory of the scenes that had taken place in Ireland and never alluded to them or suffered me to speak of my misfortunes.
47. Consequently spiritually wise persons may become vulnerable target to the malicious attacks of all kinds that are aimed even to obliterate them from the face of the earth.
48. A single night and day were enough to obliterate this Atlantis, whose highest peaks (Madeira, the Azores, the Canaries, the Cape Verde Islands) still emerge above the waves.
49. Obliterate that and then claim some land for themselves, plant their seed and begin their advance across the planet, as they had done across Asia in the preceding centuries.
50. One winter, the rain-storms and the showers had taken a fancy to obliterate the S which terminated the first word, and the G which began the third; this is what remained:—.
51. A kilogram would obliterate half the East Village if you weren’t careful, and anyway, Dad would never keep that much lying around Flower Hill, even in his days of distraction.
52. The letters were still legible, but it was perfectly clear from their blurred appearance, and from the staining of the skin round them, that efforts had been made to obliterate them.
53. As long as Kierd didn�t have any more tricks, the Dauntless class platforms would easily obliterate them before they even got within a fraction of the required range for their explosives.
54. If I failed to eliminate the Orlandian’s in one fell swoop they would out of sheer spite obliterate the remaining traces of my people knowing that they were all that I really still cared about.
55. Like the Papuans of New Guinea, they build their huts in the branches of trees; but for this they have good reason—the prowling animals of the forest would otherwise soon obliterate the slowly dying tribe.
56. The balance of the loose earth was thrown far and wide, and a mass of dead undergrowth spread in as natural a manner as possible over the new-made grave to obliterate all signs of the ground having been disturbed.
57. Not wanting to go through Chas’s belongings, she had nagged Ozzie until he did something with the bits and pieces lying around in that room, then scrubbed it as though trying to obliterate every last memory of the man.
58. For I came to town still, like a friendly Indian, when the contents of the broad open fields were all piled up between the walls of the Walden road, and half an hour sufficed to obliterate the tracks of the last traveller.
59. Tyler feels the anger within him building to a crescendo, one which, if uncontained, would threaten to erupt like a volcano and obliterate their pathetic world, where the most trivial of matters are regarded as a major event.
60. As for opponents who are not average? You two could win over any three of the highly exceptional dragons working in the crater right now, and might survive against five, but that circle of nine would still obliterate you in a moment.
61. Then the iron I had swallowed a few miles back began to kick in and I joyfully liberated the beast within me, and let its rage wrap around my soul and obliterate my anguish, like a dose of morphine that erases pain and leaves you feeling good.
62. It’s a behavioral pattern with many, in that having committed an indiscretion in the first place; they tend to assume an aggressive posture to provoke an argument, as though to obliterate the origins of their misdemeanor that led to the ordeal.
63. He, however, believed the question now to be decided must have an influence on that destiny, that might at an early day, if decided affirmatively, obliterate our happy civil institutions; if negatively, preserve them long the best blessings of posterity.
64. If only one realizes that by killing the other, he was burying the possibilities of his own life, won't the sense of self-preservation obliterate the urge for revenge? And the law, instead of stressing upon the dangling by the rope, would serve well by highlighting the despairing aspects of life behind bars.
65. But time began at last to obliterate the freshness of my alarm; the praises of conscience began to grow into a thing of course; I began to be tortured with throes and longings, as of Hyde struggling after freedom; and at last, in an hour of moral weakness, I once again compounded and swallowed the transforming draught.
66. The spirit of Hampden was preeminently the English spirit—the spirit which has given distinction to the Anglo-Saxon race—and he and Shakespeare were contemporaries, and yet of this spirit not a vestige is to be found in the English historical plays and no opportunities lost to obliterate or distort its manifestations.
67. If it hits the planet and obliterates everything and all the prisoners die, you’re off the hook, but if it doesn’t obliterate everything and only breaks down the prison walls, you have real bad guys and wrongly accused bad guys wandering around loose on the planet waiting for a rescue that will show up when the planet misses its regular shipment of lumber.
68. They are not in the Arrivals Hall because the wind raged, forcing tumultuous seas through barren lowlands to mercilessly drown the gasping unprepared; the anguished turmoil of racing rivers did not obliterate intruding infrastructure; land long poisoned and saturated from decades of denuding did not lasciviously swallow enslaved creatures, nor did it cruelly crush the explosively emboldened who had mined its underpinnings for glitter.
69. And all this they did in the name of their greedy white-male God! In the name of Christianity, in the name of their white-male religion, and in the name of white-male capitalism, these rich Christian pigs tried to obliterate every other race, every other culture, every other religion, every other living creature! These rich greedy Christian fascist Nazi-scum pigs tried to exploit and subjugate everyone and everything! Death to all Christian rapists! Death to all Christian fascists! Death to all Christian mass murderers! Death to all Christian Nazi scum! Death to all rich greedy Christian capitalist exploiters!.
70. Then, I said, we shall have to obliterate many obnoxious passages, beginning with the verses,.
1. What did obliterating a face mean to him, if anything.
2. The third stab had gone into his right eye, obliterating it.
3. Amin dedicated his life to obliterating vice and criminality.
4. Sagaciously obliterating her thoughts and feelings, she continued.
5. His command sweeps across the city, obliterating every other noise.
6. I think obliterating millions of their kin will just make them hostile.
7. He had re-covered the floor, totally obliterating Merthin’ s drawings.
8. It simplifies the tones, masses them together, obliterating many smaller varieties.
9. He blasted out, one barrage of flames after another, obliterating large chunks of the giant.
10. Demons that roamed the other realm and together they would dominate the world, obliterating it.
11. Her love by now could have satiated his lust, obliterating the traces of his infatuation for me.
12. Several more inches of snow had dropped during the night, obliterating the creature’s footprints.
13. Once he took up his position as a security officer Mohammad Amin dedicated his life to obliterating vice and criminality.
14. She was loud and she was a preacher, a hell and damnation preacher talking about obliterating villages with meteors and such.
15. There was a number of large deep caves which formed the camp, with a large herd of goats milling around, constantly obliterating any signs of human occupation.
16. Jack then reloaded his M5 and cocked it and then fired at the explosives obliterating the door and the barricade making a clean entrance into the holding cells.
17. He was there when an enormous box sailed out of the sun, hit the ground just outside the window, and exploded, obliterating the Bird’s office in a cataclysm of American cocoa powder.
18. When they stepped in the open air, on the aft deck behind the bridge of the yacht, it was to be just in time to see four Israeli F-15 fighter-bombers obliterating the Hezbollah flotilla with rockets and guns.
19. Charlotte had in fact, been the first to publish many of my uncle’s works, notoriously obliterating some of my uncle’s most private passages, ridding the World of the chance to ever read his accounts first hand.
20. An earthquake pounded his head, his heart pumped blood at a precarious rate and he wanted to scream until his whole body exploded, obliterating reality in a mass of splintered flesh, bone, gristle, grey matter and blood.
21. Steven and Questlove then went to work scoring it as if it were a movie, with the horns that were doubling Kirk’s guitar eventually obliterating the string loop, and Quest and Frank Knuckles laying in waves of drums and percussion.
22. Firing radar decoys and maneuvering violently their aircraft helped them evade six of the incoming missiles, but the other eighteen AIM-120D found their marks, obliterating both the four FLANKER fighters and the KJ-2000 surveillance aircraft.
23. Aboard the stricken vessel counter flooding had been ordered to correct the list, but the already slim chances of saving the ship were quickly crushed by another bomb spectacularly obliterating one of her main turrets, while further near misses shook the ship violently.
24. In the village the working party who had been preparing the decorations for the bridal entry, began unpacking the Bs on the bunting and substitutin Ms, obliterating the Earl's points and stencilling balls and strawberry leaves on the painted, coronets, in preparation for Lord Marchmain's return.
25. Before another twentieth of a second had passed a massive bolt of bright white destruction had lanced across the sky and instantly devastated the enemy force, obliterating their Shields like paper and vaporizing their bodies, while the young giant boy they held was Sent to safety, and three of their number were rendered unconscious and Sent to The Hall of The Assembly.
26. I stood before Engels, mad and deranged, rubbish for the river, at one with the city, the shrapnel of my ideas, obliterating and concussive, wanting to jump right in and drown before the freeze and from there on to stay frozen, immune and impenetrable, dead to ethics and Gods, the darkness a comfort, for the duration of the age with thoughts so slowed that each would take a lifetime and all around, my jacket of ice, the river itself, lost to its origins.
27. Then we are embraced in obliterating Unity,.
1. That was my obliterated shell.
2. When the stars are obliterated.
3. Her death had obliterated that.
4. But instead he obliterated them.
5. The backs of the men obliterated him.
6. His brain was dazzled and obliterated.
7. The rain obliterated my tracks and my scent.
8. But a thunderclap obliterated Homer’s words.
9. He can also Blue Ray things we want obliterated.
10. Morel, silent and frightened, obliterated himself.
11. Smorgasbord hunting obliterated the Quaggas of Africa.
12. Strayed says her mother’s death had obliterated me.
13. Nearly every species of plant and animal was obliterated.
14. He felt no pain, only a hatred that obliterated all fears.
15. Apparently mine wasn’t the only brain you obliterated.
16. And in an instant, every cobweb inside me was obliterated.
17. The edges were worn and the inscription almost obliterated.
18. By 1973, the gray wolf had been nearly obliterated from the.
19. When that alarm went off, my whole cross was obliterated.
20. The entire region had been obliterated; the Slums buried deep.
21. Then the other cannons were destroyed, obliterated, eliminated, and.
22. Only the new reality exists, the preceding one is wholly obliterated.
23. It was like a black shroud fell from heaven and obliterated the globe.
24. Um… It was all she could manage with her brain cells obliterated.
25. A sudden deafness struck him as all sound was obliterated from his senses.
26. Then all thought is obliterated as a torrent of blackness sweeps across him.
27. All facts and truths about the past are quickly and completely obliterated.
28. She’d long since forced herself to stop grieving for her obliterated family.
29. His eyes had hardened again, the moment's vulnerability completely obliterated.
30. Had time equally but differently obliterated the memory of these migrations in.
31. They had to leave the island very soon or they would be obliterated by the blast.
32. With his staff twirling in front of him, Ostedes’ branch-hands were obliterated.
33. The monstrous crown wave at the head of the huge tidal surge had obliterated the.
34. Again and again his hammer fell – and where it landed, the undead were obliterated.
35. The crawling army was obliterated into a brown goo as Jack rubbed both hands together.
36. The snowstorm had obliterated all trace of their landing and slide into the snow bank.
37. His self being obliterated, he will be unable to understand who he is and where he is.
38. There is no home, in 2381 it was obliterated by enormous meteorites sent by our enemies.
39. The sunshine that had been obliterated by the clouds overhead had materialized right here.
40. Though the cross of Jesus has disarmed the powers of darkness, it has not obliterated them.
41. The attacking giants were obliterated by the outpouring of shattered metal and wood splinters.
42. Here, once again, was the mark of the bicycle, though nearly obliterated by the hoofs of cows.
43. Bodies crumpled to the pavement as screams, gunfire and smoke obliterated cease fire commands.
44. It was a desire rooted in all her faculties, that overrode and obliterated her love of Michael.
45. My friend has now a whole colony of sparrows, and his flies and spiders are almost obliterated.
46. Their dignity had been obliterated, replaced with a pervasive sense of shame and worthlessness.
47. I should have been obliterated by the act, yet I felt substantial, real, not a fading construct.
48. The wall was obliterated out the back, leaving the rest in a weak frame that collapsed on itself.
49. Haldeman came over to look at the name, which was barely legible because Nixon had obliterated it.
50. Other figures, single and together, poured out, wavered across, and obliterated Florinda and the man.
51. Gabby still felt remorse over the three witches in Memphis; the ease of which she had obliterated them.
52. The explosion behind them, which obliterated the lounge they had just left, jumbled Sabrina’s thoughts.
53. The Jews had been able to keep from being obliterated by subjecting themselves to the rules of the State.
54. Yet Japanese aircraft also found his planes parked helplessly on the ground and obliterated his air force.
55. This time they obliterated the Buddha’s face, which had watched over the valley since the seventh century.
56. I’d lost it amid the blow-downs and temporary roads that crisscrossed and eventually obliterated the trail.
57. I had somehow managed to recover my cell, lodged in between two jutting rocks, obliterated, but still workable.
58. But the blood chilling sight she had seen back at the accident site wasn’t obliterated, still, from her mind.
59. It obliterated the brackish lakes that lay in its path only to disappear into the waters of the Great South Sea.
60. The police took us into the fire zone two days later, and we saw, as expected, that our home had been obliterated.
61. At least she could not be comfortable there till long years should have obliterated her keen consciousness of it.
62. A crumpled, disintegrated newspaper revealed itself as the Chicago Democrat, though the date had been obliterated.
63. One of the winged mammals attached its claws to Bors’ shoulder when Alex obliterated it with his green, wooden staff.
64. The monstrous crown wave at the head of the huge tidal surge had obliterated the natural shoreline of the Great South Sea.
65. The long years that it had taken to build, the deaths that it had caused and the land it had obliterated with its presence.
66. In this manner, the heaping up of the Parthenon, obliterated, a century ago, a portion of the vaults of Saint-Genevieve hill.
67. Most vampires had become complacent, falsely blinded in their ego, truly believing that we had obliterated our natural predators.
68. If, however, she uses it for any reason, she will be obliterated by the psychopathic villain trapped inside it, forever silenced.
69. Mr Bloom, without evincing surprise, unostentatiously turned over the card to peruse the partially obliterated address and postmark.
70. The war '56, and the treaties of '62-3, had fixed the line and obliterated forever the name of Louisiana on the east of that river.
71. It was somewhat of a relief--an end to the constant, nagging fear that his gangly little brother would be obliterated by their world.
72. Down below was a stretch of asphalt where paper cups and plastic products collected around girders, their colors obliterated by winter.
73. Pentecost obliterated all religious discrimination founded on racial distinction, cultural differences, social caste, or sex prejudice.
74. A slight man, his expressions tentative, the aura around him a shifting blue, sometimes so pale that sunlight obliterated it altogether.
75. The Soviet troops, many of whom had seen their own towns and villages obliterated by the Germans, were bent on extracting the full price.
76. They just want to see us obliterated, because they envy and resent our success, our strong family bonds, and our happy thriving community.
77. She saw the broken shelves, the shattered stories half obliterated in the snow, felt the emptiness where the spirit of the books should be.
78. The death of Pierce might have been revenged, and the disgrace of the Chesapeake obliterated, if these five frigates had been sent a cruising.
79. It is interesting to note that even a primitive line of creatures had been obliterated out as well for no apparent purpose or clear reason to be made.
80. In a moment every frightful or offensive mark was obliterated, and the youth appeared again in the lineaments with which he had been gifted by nature.
81. Obliterated one dark evening night Jiva whispered, emphasizing the climate centuries earlier, she was a natural born story teller, my favourite kind.
82. Not that we’ll find anything; I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a totally obliterated car but you know more than anyone, procedures are procedures.
83. We can believe that all human indiscretions are obliterated from the Creator’s mind vanishing in the blood and humility of Christ’s suffering and death.
84. She did seem different after everything that had happened at the silo, her increased power was blindingly obvious with the way she obliterated those witches.
85. The raid on Beijing had gone nearly perfectly, with the loss of only one A-3N and no personnel losses, while the objective there had been completely obliterated.
86. Even to his untrained, and admittedly inexperienced eye, it was clear that if nothing else came along and obliterated it, the footprint could be pretty old news.
87. The mouldings and tracery are thus wofully obliterated, and the facings are so much decayed as to leave the original surface distinguishable only here and there.
88. It is simply a soldier’s instinct for treachery and the almost overpowering urge to protect his people has for a moment or two obliterated his better judgement.
89. Ingrid hoped at once for the 34th Regiment that they were not facing the same kind of attack under a cover of smoke that had obliterated the 2nd Marine Battalion.
90. The Soviet troops, many of whom had seen their own towns and villages obliterated by the Germans, had fought their way from Stalingrad to seek this moment of revenge.
91. The conventional farm-folk of his imagination—personified in the newspaper-press by the pitiable dummy known as Hodge—were obliterated after a few days' residence.
92. If these impositions are submitted to, I pronounce your liberties gone—irretrievably lost—a blot made in the American political character, never to be obliterated.
93. Looking over his shoulder at the blood stained paperwork sprawled across the desk, Grailem can see that most of the information is obliterated by thick blackening blood.
94. You might even say they are the source of it, or at least, they are tied so tightly to it that they couldn’t possibly fade, not unless all of Western civilization were obliterated.
95. When using obtained cash, the edge of safety is much smaller sized because you cannot process the same degree of drawback before defaulting and finding your balance piece obliterated.
96. THERE is at least one field in fiction that will probably never be exhausted; at any rate, not until the distinctions that have always divided human beings into classes become obliterated.
97. Since he (pth) has not obliterated disbelief from the land when he was sent forth for the first time, therefore, he will surely wipe off it from the whole universe when his second mission.
98. The Silver Fleet and dragon squadrons obliterated those of Rakad’s flying dinosaurs, dragons and manticore that hadn’t taken off once they felt the magic that influenced them dissipate.
99. Lorry and at Defarge, some long obliterated marks of an actively intent intelligence in the middle of the forehead, gradually forced themselves through the black mist that had fallen on him.
100. Outside, instead of the street, the shattered houses and the trees, there was only the thick mist which undulated against the door and obliterated everything that should have been in his view.
1. But God obliterates the false, and confirm the true by His Words.
2. True love is a fire that obliterates all but the image of the Beloved.
3. The beauty of the endeavor obliterates the ugliness of the rejection, said Rau.
4. He wonders why this had to happen before the whirring blade before him obliterates his life.
5. With a great poet the sense of Beauty overcomes every other consideration, or rather obliterates all consideration.
6. For one thing, it obliterates a good part of the older, well-established distinctions between investment and speculation.
7. The water reaches the shore and almost utterly obliterates the Egyptian army, except for a few who had scrambled to make it to high ground.
8. It’s a unique feature of life in that, a fulfilling moment, while surmounting a mountain of miseries, obliterates the nightmares of the past.
9. If it hits the planet and obliterates everything and all the prisoners die, you’re off the hook, but if it doesn’t obliterate everything and only breaks down the prison walls, you have real bad guys and wrongly accused bad guys wandering around loose on the planet waiting for a rescue that will show up when the planet misses its regular shipment of lumber.
10. The material apparatus of perfected civilization which obliterates the individuality of old towns under the stereotyped conveniences of modern life had not intruded as yet; but over the worn-out antiquity of Sulaco, so characteristic with its stuccoed houses and barred windows, with the great yellowy-white walls of abandoned convents behind the rows of sombre green cypresses, that fact—very modern in its spirit—the San Tome mine had already thrown its subtle influence.

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