The probable cause of this obliteration of the central basin or lagoon will be considered in the sequel.
obliteration of a portion of the Urethra, remedied by an operation.
Thank Satan and all his hordes of devils that heavy chalk boulders had done so complete a work of obliteration.
Moses seeks the obliteration of his name, unless Israel was pardoned.
The previous list shews that the obliteration of the original tribes of Texas has been very great.
Nothing but fish stands between their town and obliteration.
Then, suddenly, the question of his capture filled his mind, to the obliteration of everything else.
One of these was the obliteration of thrift from the minds of the French people.
The purpose is unification and the obliteration of local differences.
The obstacles which stand in the way of this obliteration, at the outset, are two.