“We resemble a successful lichen, a ravaging bloom of algae, a mold enveloping a fruit,” reads the text.
The truth is that a horrific, incurable virus is ravaging Guinea—and at least three other countries in West Africa.
Meanwhile the Turk was besieging Bonifazio with furious vigour, ravaging at the same time the entire surrounding country.
The city will be taken, the looting and ravaging already begun.
It surprised her to hear that it was ravaging an island like Inishrua.
The years 1239 and 1240 were spent in ravaging southern Russia.
Surely there must be some cause for this ravaging disease among this people.
An epidemic was ravaging the town, and he was urged to go away.
It did not prevent their ravaging Christian Britain, denuded of the Roman troops.
One thing was the ravaging of his plantation by the British.