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probably destroyed

In air operations, a damage assessment on an enemy aircraft seen to break off combat in circumstances which lead to the conclusion that it must be a loss although it is not actually seen to crash.
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He probably destroyed everything in the ground on his last start but I wouldn't say he's ground dependent and I would have thought he'd enjoy better ground.
I'm probably destroyed on this campaign by this slanderous hitting," Minor told the Daily Herald's Editorial Board on Monday.
The Tory MP tipped as a future party leader probably destroyed his chances by opposing abortions even for raped women.
Olia said: "We didn't go into Armenia, but I really wanted to go to Nagorno-Karabakh (a region being contested by Armenia, Azerbaijan and Karabakh leaders), where my auntie's old house is, but it's probably destroyed now by war.
44 Magnum pressure would have probably destroyed my .
Most experts on the forum informed him that he had just accidentally deleted the data of his company and its clients, and in doing so had probably destroyed his entire company with just one line of code.
Misogyny has probably destroyed more lives than any other human behaviour.
They were probably destroyed by fire when the old hall at Exeton [the Earl of Gainsborough's family seat] was burned in 1810.
Most of these files were probably destroyed, because the kind of topics that they covered would have been subject to the normal file destruction procedures that were in place at that time.
Most of these files were probably destroyed because the kind of topics that they covered would have been subject to the normal file destruction procedures that were in place at that time.
I wanted to destroy everything and I probably destroyed the poster with darts," he says 5BRYAN 5 BRYAN CRANSTON believes the message in Godzilla is a pertinent one.
He said: "I visited the city at the age of six again, and was shown a rather scruffy building which they said was where I was born, probably destroyed many years ago.