“Destruction” in the news
|destruction of property|
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· How NASA’s Astronauts Became SpaceX’s Customers →
But the destruction of the shuttle Columbia in a 2003 accident eventually left NASA dependent on costly Russian spacecraft to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station.
· StealthGas Inc. (GASS) CEO Harry Vafias on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
So, depending on what happens this summer and if we don't see a complete destruction of LPG demand, the money that we did not spend on the previous tender offer might be redirected for more share buybacks.
· Now Trump is spreading a murder conspiracy to the horror of a widower, Jack Dorsey has the chance to be a hero. Will he take it? →
Whether it’s Nixon’s conduct during Watergate, Reagan’s during Iran-Contra, George W Bush’s phantom weapons of mass destruction or neglect during Hurricane Katrina — or the endless Trump scandals arising during his 2016 campaign or after — we are castigated for reporting stories which reflect negatively on Republican officeholders, while failing to adopt a breathless tone about the slightest gaffe from a Democrat.
· How Trump’s business partner exhumed graves to build a mega-resort in Indonesia →
“The residents’ refusal was not heeded,” reads the letter to Tanoesoedibjo, dated 3 April 2019, “to the point that a physical altercation broke out, and the officers continued to carry out the destruction of the cemetery by force and with no regard for human rights.”
· Micro Focus International: A High Beta Recovery Play →
Share price has suffered steep declines of >80% in the last two years, tremendous value destruction since the takeover of Hewlett Packard's (NYSE:HPE) software business.
· Between old and new empires, Hong Kong’s fate exposes stakes in Covid-19 era →
“The British government should make it clear that what we are seeing is a complete destruction of the Joint Declaration.”
· Corona-sploitation: is it too soon for Hollywood to make Covid-19 movies? →
The vast majority of Americans related only symbolically to the destruction of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, a broadside against America that we all were supposed to fight as vicarious patriots.
· Things Were Different In 1918, But Comparisons With 2020 Uncover A Crucial Question →
The Fed must take care in fighting the crisis not to undercut the principles of price discovery and creative destruction; prudent investors should follow elder statesmen in not taking precipitous actions.
· The 9 films that explain the legendary Studio Ghibli →
Its story of a boy and a feral girl fighting to save the spirit of the forest from human destruction echoes that of Nausicaä.
· Retirement: Where To Find Sustainable 6% Income In 2020 →
They take excessive risks which ultimately backfires and leads to capital destruction.