Devastating в новостях
|devastating earthquake||Разрушительное землетрясение|
|devastating effect||Разрушительный эффект|
|devastating effects||Разрушительные эффекты|
|devastating fire||Разрушительный огонь|
|most devastating||Самый разрушительный|
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Публикации и примеры предложений
· Northern NSW havens poised to cash in after Queensland shuts border →
Queensland Tourism Industry Council chief executive Daniel Gschwind said the latest border restrictions – which surprised him – were devastating.
· Top CEOs, directors call for clearer COVID-19 plan →
On Wednesday, CSL chairman Brian McNamee delivered a strong warning about the impacts of the Melbourne lockdown in The Australian Financial Review, observing it would have devastating economic and social impacts that were not well enough understood.
· Virgin back in business to take fight to Qantas →
Unions representing Virgin workers said the loss of skilled aviation workers was devastating for the industry and the individuals involved, but claimed credit for saving jobs by pushing Virgin and Bain to maintain a full-service, international carrier.
· Beirut blasts heap fresh woes on deeper Lebanon crisis →
For the Lebanese people, who have watched helplessly as their economy has collapsed in recent months, the devastating explosion in Beirut is one disaster too many.
· ‘Love is not Tourism’: Couples separated by pandemic travel bans are fighting to be reunited →
I left the U.S. not knowing when I would see Tara again, and it was devastating.”
· Schlumberger: $20 Will Soon Be In The Rear-View Mirror →
We saw revenues coming in lower on the devastating decline in pricing and demand.
· Instagram’s new copycat video tool will have TikTok reeling →
For TikTok stars, Trump’s banning of the app would be devastating: It’s ‘given me my entire life’
· Australia sends $2 million in aid to Lebanon after Beirut blast →
She confirmed one Australian had been killed in the devastating explosion.
· Huge rescue effort underway after Beirut blast: The Morning Rundown →
Many in the capital saw their homes destroyed and family members injured, with daylight revealing scenes of destruction not witnessed in the country since its devastating civil war, which ended in 1990.
· Archaeology breakthrough: Researcher's shock at 'largest ever child sacrifice' graveyard →
They believed their deities had inflicted devastating weather conditions upon them – and therefore reprieve by offering sacrifices to their gods.