destraction

destraction

[di′strak·shən]
(chemical engineering)
A high-pressure technique for separating high-boiling or nonvolatile material by dissolving it with application of supercritical gases.
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Contract award: Destraction of unlawful built buildings.
Nor was it the loss of Main Street, the destraction of the courthouse, the control of the Permian Basin by eastern giants .
BRYANSBURN are currently only one place above the relegation zone in Amateur League 1B and a trip to top flight Malachians may well prove a welcome destraction and a decent day out - but nothing more I'm afraid.
Secrest, When the Great Spirit Died: The Destraction of the California Indians, 1850-1860 (Sanger, CA: Word Dancer Press, 2003), p.
Destraction and degradation of habitat is the number-one danger, threatening 87% of these vulnerable birds.
So if nothing else Mr Bush will be setting eyes on a couple of weapons of mass destraction at last.
BAPS (15), WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRACTION (15) CULTURE-CLASH comedy about two young black wannabes (Halle Berry and Natalie Deselle) swept into the swanky mansion of a dying white millionaire (Martin Landau).