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Ruin

The remains of something destroyed or demolished.
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The workshop adopted unanimously a number of resolutions, urging the federal government to treat ruination of Indus delta as a national issue and take steps for its rehabilitation, implement the 1991 water accord in letter and spirit and ensure provision of water to Sindh during Rabi and Kharif seasons.
In this particular case, the complainant has alleged the ruination, dilapidation and deterioration of this historic building.
In this particular case complainant has alleged the ruination, dilapidation and deterioration of this historic building.
He said earlier, corruption and mismanagement had driven Pakistan Railway's to ruination. He said the energetic minister had introduced restructuring and transparent mechanism in every department and promoted honest officials to make it a financially sound entity.
Bruce Millington's prediction prior to the start of the World Cup that VAR would prove the ruination of the competition looked largely in vain until the bizarre events of the Iran v Portugal match.
Millions of Americans already struggling to make ends meet faced "ruination", he warned.
Bearing in mind last week's turf fiasco in Piccadilly Gardens, one would think he as City Centre spokesman would be eagerly attempting to put right his party's absolute ruination of what were once very beautiful and well kept gardens.
Like King Saul, you can unwittingly make slow, steady choices that carry you to your ruination instead of toward God's intended success.
More important by far, compare them with the misery of millions of people facing starvation in East Africa and the ruination of countless lives in the Caribbean - the contribution of man-made climate change to such tragedies is now beyond reasonable doubt.
AS a lifelong football fan, I have always been opposed to the introduction of video technology into the game, which I fear will be the ruination of our most exciting and, at times, controversial national sport.
The book is a moving and compassionate account of one individual's ruination and is also an absorbing study of the artist himself.
Ignore all the poll rhetoric DOOM.AND.GLOOM merchants were dishing out prophecies of ruination almost as soon as Donald Trump was elected the next U.S.