The move sends a signal that couture may be in danger of oblivion if left on its own.
And it made me wish he had been really able to pull it together in the way he did with oblivion.
If opponents of gay rights are supposed to be retreating into oblivion, they missed the memo.
He could have kept Kadima from oblivion, and kept alive the possibility of denying Netanyahu another Knesset majority.
And then the next red-hot development on some other front will emerge rendering the acronym to oblivion.
That curtain of oblivion without rent or seam sinks again upon the visions of this past of mine.
You can accept the truths and dismiss into oblivion the men from whom you got them.
Her novels Sab and Espatolino were popular in their day but are now fallen into oblivion.
If you ever reach Mizora, tell her only that I sleep the sleep of oblivion.
A long, precious hour was still ahead of them, rich in care-free pleasures and oblivion.
late 14c., "state or fact of forgetting," from Old French oblivion (13c.) and directly from Latin oblivionem (nominative oblivio) "forgetfulness; a being forgotten," from oblivisci (past participle oblitus) "forget," originally "even out, smooth over, efface," from ob "over" (see ob-) + root of levis "smooth," from PIE *lei-w-, from root *(s)lei- "slime, slimy, sticky" (see slime (n.)). Meaning "state of being forgotten" is early 15c.