demolisher


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demolisher

[dɪˈmɒlɪʃəʳ] N (lit, fig) → demoledor(a) m/f
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Yea, thou art still for me the demolisher of all graves: Hail to thee, my Will
In proportion as the work of the demolishers seemed to advance, the mother mechanically retreated, and pressed the young girl closer and closer to the wall.
During the course of his 97 against Gujarat he proved that he is a great demolisher of the bowling, something that would make even Chris Gayle proud.
And with her credentials as a biodiversity sci- entist, author and co-editor of over 28 books, journals and research papers on biodiversity conservation and sustainable development, this multiple award winning glass-ceiling demolisher is inspiring a generation.
A few words about Sinclair Lewis are in order, if we are to evaluate the connection between his famous novel and Irving Babbitt, the scourge and demolisher of romanticism in its Rousseauistic variant.
The next step in the evolution of history is the Enlightenment which, although itself the internal outcome of the activity of the institutions of monarchical absolutism, it later even cooperated with, ultimately became their very foe and remorseless demolisher.
Finn is stumped--how can he discover the identity of the demolisher, outsmart him and stop him before the catastrophes spread to Finn's own world?
Yama, at once lifesaver, demolisher, and--variously--sheet lightning,
Gnomish Gearworks / Goblin Workshop: "Skyterror" Personal Delivery System and Overcharged Demolisher are now both usable only in the areas it was intended for.
Here's our guide to the must-have toys NERF DEMOLISHER 2-IN-1, RRP PS44.
The N-Strike Elite XO 2-in-1 Demolisher fires ammo as far as 90 feet--don't fret parents; the darts and missiles are soft and padded, so as not to injure.