Devastation [noun]

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We saw some serious devastation back in May and June and we are trying to avoid that, but we are also trying to avoid Georgetown looking like a ghost town.

Amid the devastation, inspectors visited twice during the first week of April to look for lapses that allowed the virus to spread.

The high school senior who lives in San Sebasti√°n, Puerto Rico, said the devastation brought to the island by Hurricane Maria in 2017 made her more aware of politics and more interested in how government works.

For Democrats, the witness was a physician from Michigan who spoke about the potential devastation if the Supreme Court, with Barrett seated, voted to gut the Affordable Care Act.

Apodaca represents an entire swath of people who are facing uneven recoveries and the potential of personal devastation from the pandemic recession.

In late July, a group of residents transformed a remnant of the earlier crisis into a commemoration of the current devastation.

In recent weeks, Ward and housing advocates have argued the bond is more urgently needed amid the economic devastation of the coronavirus pandemic many fear could lead to increased homelessness.

Together with these misfortunes, a visitation of myriads of locusts (vide p. 341) and drought completed the devastation.

It performed its work of devastation as effectively as though it had come forth at its proper season.

But these were trifles compared with the devastation committed at Bristol, when its recorder.