A shower of snow fell upon them, and, finding the Olive full of foliage, it settled upon its branches and broke them down with its weight, at once despoiling
it of its beauty and killing the tree.
[USA], Apr 4 (ANI): Summers step in despoiling
the hard-earned beauty which is why SPF moisturisers and sunscreens become the best friend of a woman.
Blinded by business tax rake-off, councils are despoiling
high streets with a mono-culture of flashy, trendy outlets.
We have a huge problem with north-south travel, but for me what we don't want is a new motorway or railway despoiling
our wonderful countryside.
. And everything matters because of what could be done.
Perhaps Farnley Estates can give some indication of which substantial green belt areas are likely to be proposed for large-scale development in their continuing intents on despoiling
the peaceful rural surrounding Farnley Tyas.
When I thought of all the turbines we have on Anglesey (over 80 and increasing in size) I wondered 'Who sold Wales?' Who has benefited from the proliferation of pylons and the despoiling
of the countryside?
As Yael Melamede's documentary notes, various bendings of the truth have among other things recently led us into war, crashed the economy, and allowed potentially catastrophic despoiling
of the planet to continue more or less unchecked.
If you have ever visited a wadi in the UAE and enjoyed its beauty and the diversity of its flora and fauna, you would agree that despoiling
its pristine and invaluable environs is a travesty that ought to come with punitive measures.
Far more objectionable, in my view, is the despoiling
of the outfield at the Ageas Bowl by a large advert for the match sponsor.
AS a regular visitor over many years to your unique part of the world, I am compelled to write in support of the protest against the impending disaster of the potential imposition of countless wind generators, thus despoiling
the rural idyll so much appreciated by thousands of likeminded people who come to enjoy the unspoilt beauty, the almost spiritual calmness, the step back in time to the days when the rest of England was like this.