probably destroyed


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probably destroyed

An assessment of an enemy aircraft seen to break off combat in circumstances that lead one to conclude it was lost, even though it was not actually seen to crash.
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John Kazoora, a retired Ugandan army officer who also wrote a book of Museveni's alleged duplicity said he believes state agents bought most of the 16,000 copies sold so far and probably destroyed them.
Most of them possibly functioned as shops (tabernae) in the early Roman period," the department said, adding that they were probably destroyed in an earthquake.
Though the structure still stands but the details from the statues were probably destroyed during the Muslim invasion.
ourfinesthour Considering the council has probably destroyed more of Birmingham's heritage buildings than the Germans during WI, isn't it time a stop was put to their wanton destruction?
A court has also ruled that her stereo equipment should be seized and probably destroyed.
The double disaster probably destroyed aqua farms for abalone, sea urchins, oysters, scallops and seaweed that authorities say account for 80% of the revenue of the region's fisheries.
I think it probably destroyed her faith in men ever since.
Squadron Leader Draper was eventually credited with seven enemy "kills" and probably destroyed a further three aircraft during the battle.
And both were fully aware that the credibility America needed to play its necessary leading role in turning hope into reality on this front would be gravely damaged and probably destroyed if the US could not control developments in Israel.
A concerted effort in 2002 and 2003 would have probably destroyed Al Qaida and developed an Afghan state that could exercise its control over the Pashtun belt in the south where the Taliban are the strongest.
The rest of the suggestions, combined with the hammering and scraping that have probably destroyed my roof, have gotten rid of most of the ice.
Innes is said to have buried love letters in the summit's cairn, but they were probably destroyed in 1943 when an American Flying Fortress crashed into the mountain, with the loss of its eight crew members.