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    1. earth, shaking the foundations of the world to rubble, and finally, in the heart of

    2. A flood of marine shapes colonised the roaring seas, monsters roamed the earth, shaking the foundations of the world to rubble, and finally, in the heart of blackness that was a shallow echo of Smith’s loneliness, there was a dream of companionship

    3. I was washed out, panting my way back up like an old dog stumbling through the rubble, watching every step, until I came to the threshold where I almost bumped into a couple of men blocking the doorway

    4. for water, but I only saw rubble, rubble and more rubble

    5. Usually it was notices of more processing nodes smashed to rubble and additional delays in getting souls into smaller targets

    6. and the rest of the rubble on the floor

    7. But they couldn't; they couldn't make out anything useful in the piles of rubble that had once been Quadrant 6

    8. And with that, Justice picked up the Delacroix Church with one hand, without breaking a sweat, and tossed the building at one imp; it was hit with full force, and he was crushed into the ground, as the Delacroix Church itself fell into pieces and became rubble

    9. The old Wolf Down Inn was nothing but a pile of smoldering rubble

    10. It too was a pile of rubble

    11. The shielding is consolidated rubble from a moon in YingolNeerie's realm

    12. the city and the house of prayer (the temple) from rubble and

    13. Surrounded by rubble, he stood and watched -- without eyes -- as the emptiness before him splintered from the force of a billion points of light

    14. She moved with haste, familiar with the landscape and guide posts of rubble and debris marking the path before her

    15. A couple times people had heard him down here when he had to move big chunks of rubble and come to investigate

    16. Little could be seen in the pile of rubble below

    17. Beyond the pile of rubble and fractured wall, smoke seeped from the blackened earth, rising from the ashes of evergreens and oaks

    18. rubble, so then we'd build another

    19. Slabs of rubble etched by the elements closed him in

    20. Now she was headed straight for an enormous mound of rubble and broken bricks

    21. Her car twisted left, then right, climbing over the rubble

    22. Across the road a metallic green SUV appeared above a pile of builder's rubble

    23. We marched on past more desolation factories and more dwellings were just piles of rubble with weeds and splintered wood sticking out of them

    24. Just grey ash and rubble littered across the places I used to love – the Pantheon – destroyed, the Forum – gone, St

    25. It lay in ruins, decimated, rubble from the ancient buildings and new office blocks mingled alike in a mile-wide scattering of stone

    26. the drift of rubble that might once have been a planet

    27. Whole cities can be laid to rubble

    28. After examining the boat, the officer ordered a search of the remaining buildings and the men spread out, probing their way around rubble and the deserted buildings

    29. As I walked over the rubble and carnage that once was a house, scrunching under my feet, I had a feeling I might just walk over my parents’ burnt bodies

    30. I rubbed my legs as I ran from the rubble trying to get the ash off that had stuck onto me

    31. Witness the ―re-emergence‖ of the Roman Catholic Church amidst the rubble and ashes of a morally decadent Soviet Regime

    32. Most Davidians were trapped from escaping the building by the rubble knocked over by government tanks

    33. Because he was high on the Sandinistas’ wanted list, we put his uniform on a corpse and left it behind at a battle site, burning in a pile of rubble, and that was it; Truman was out of the war

    34. The government’s death knell was actually sounded six months earlier, on December 23, 1977, just prior to midnight when a violent earthquake struck Managua, collapsing half the buildings and burying thousands of people below rubble

    35. Smith threw it over his shoulder and it landed amongst a file of rubble and dirt

    36. As the fire crews were making their way through the burning rubble searching for survivors, they began to receive news that another attack had taken place to the east of the city centre

    37. She and the driver carried on a running conversation about the city as they drove through battered streets filled with work parties of both men and women clearing the rubble of collapsed and shattered buildings

    38. The market was set up in a street that had been cleared between high piles of rubble on both of its sides

    39. As though nothing had happened, Red walked casually out through the rubble and dust, as if he was taking a walk in the park

    40. At Kaiapoi’s main inter- section, the local two story hardware shop was half demolished with rubble strewn into the roadway

    41. The second took place amid the rubble and rabble of a nation that was destroying itself through the agency of others

    42. Beyond the bus is rubble as far as I can see

    43. I found their bones among the rubble

    44. Jeremiah answered by pointing toward the outside, out across miles of rubble,

    45. Every building was on fire, among the rubble of other structures that

    46. Denoras-the capital, now only a pile of rubble

    47. I assume he was either killed by the rubble, or was just on the other side of it

    48. Just as I started to count, the pile of rubble blocking the corridor dissolved and one of the Seven stood there, lowering his staff at me

    49. mounds of rubble that grew from the roadside

    50. opposite crumbled into a pile of rubble

    1. Werner weaves the antenna through the rubbled ceiling and touches it to a twisted pipe

    1. She was sent to Colditz Castle as a prisoner of war, but our own air force bombed the place to rubbles shortly afterwards, probably to avoid the possibility that she would divulge secrets to the Germans

    2. Instead of a few buildings hit by bombs and a number of vehicles burning after being strafed, the whole base could have been turned into rubbles if both Soviet attack forces could have freely bombed it

    3. Entire PM House was reduced to heap of rubbles within few moments

    4. There was nothing left there except the heap of rubbles

    5. But now what are left of it, was these broken rubbles

    6. The monthly wage for the average Russian is 4,600 rubbles (less than £200)

    7. ‘Oh, he’s all right, a good horse,’ answered Rostov, though the horse for which he had paid seven hundred rubbles was not worth half that sum

    8. “Oh, he’s all right, a good horse,” answered Rostóv, though the horse for which he had paid seven hundred rubbles was not worth half that sum

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    Synonyms for "rubble"

    debris detritus dust junk rubble

    "rubble" definitions

    the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up