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1. Their warheads are enough to obliterate the world several times over.
2. She tried to obliterate all memory of her father.
3. Perhaps she gets drunk to obliterate painful memories.
4. Nothing could obliterate the memory of those tragic events.
5. There was time enough to obliterate memories of how things once were for him.
6. Especially that part she wanted to obliterate.
7. Can they reach his brain in time, obliterate the clot, and learn the secrets the man holds?
8. I flick on the light to obliterate him.
9. His productivity and avidity for life could not obliterate an inner malaise.
10. Repression is self-evidently a defensive procedure, designed to obliterate any trace of the repressed material and to safeguard against its return.
11. Why else would they have tried to obliterate her memory?
12. And with Comet Swift-Tuttle due to obliterate the Earth in August 2126, it could be a close-run thing.
13. What I tried to do was obliterate this life and replace it with another, a more perfect one.
14. Perhaps he could obliterate the signature?
15. I had been given the power to obliterate, to steal a body from its grave and tear it to pieces.
16. Background noise may entirely obliterate the consonant sounds.
17. To obliterate the memory of Sylvie.
18. Now, he can obliterate an opponent from a great distance.
19. However, obliterate should never be used to delete actual work.
20. Opposition forces have constantly rebelled and tried to kill the leader,[Sentencedict] and he has always tried to obliterate them.
21. Johnson easily won the 400, then came back three days later to obliterate the record in the 200.
22. Who among us is so righteous that a sane society would entrust her with the power to obliterate a city?
23. The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history. George Orwell
24. And when he had done with her, she could wipe him from her mind, obliterate him.
25. Failure to correct them only fuels the right-wing demands that obliterate the very protections that liberals cherish.
26. Aunt Tossie knew that a slavish contentment in marriage should never obliterate further effort.
27. The problem is that try as you might to obliterate jealousy, jealousy keeps cropping up - that's certainly my experience.
28. He was probably the first prominent Western person to suggest that the Soviet regime had failed to obliterate religion within its domains.
29. A quick romantic kiss will burn about 2-3 calories, whereas French kiss (an openmouthed kiss with tongue contact) will obliterate more than 5 calories.
30. Thyroglossal duct cysts (TDC) are the most common cervical cysts and are usually considered to be a benign embryonic malformation where the thyroglossal duct fails to obliterate.
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