v. t.1.To devastate.
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With polls showing that the PP is fast losing support with the encroachment of new parties Podemos and Ciudadanos threatening to devast them at the polls, Aguirre is seen as one of the few characters whose popularity hasnA[sup.
In the 'Cassandra' section, as in the earlier 'Punishment', the bystander-poet acknowledges his own complicity in brutality ('No such thing / as innocent / bystanding'), faces the reality of suffering ('her soiled vest, / her little breasts, / her clipped, devast // ated, scabbed / punk head, / the char-eyed / / famine gawk--/ she looked / camp-fucked'), and recognizes his own capacity for violence and victimizing ('People / could feel //a missed trueness in them / focus').
But themanner of the goal was devast ating for Wrexham, undone by a long punt forward by Button.
DEVAST DEV ASTA AST T AT ED Top, the Clutha pub on the night disaster struck and, above, before the tragedy
M wro devast "Ryan Doyle peace is yours, and the memories ours.
BLACKPOOL boss Simon Grayson had the last laugh on Burnley wi th a devast at ing derby success against the club who short-listed and snubbed him.
That is a devast ating blow for Arsenal, whose desperate at tempts to heal the rift with Cole appear to have failed.