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dis man tuhld

  • v  tear down so as to make flat with the ground
  • v  take apart into its constituent pieces
  • v  take off or remove
  • s  torn down and broken up

  • She shared his view that Moscow ruled an "evil empire," and the sooner it was dismantled the better.
  • That was just one reason the government pulled funding and the project was dismantled.
  • Vandals long ago dismantled the outsize bust of Morrison that once topped the grave.
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  • Roger Federer in Forbes
    Obviously I always enjoy the match against Fabrice,said Federer, chasing his third consecutive Australian Open title and his 13th major. "First time I played him, he totally dismantled me. Showed I had a lot of things to work on. Today I...
  • Nouri al-Maliki in International Herald Tribune
    The terrorist cells are being dismantled and operations will continue until we put an end to this dangerous plight that threatens the unity and the prosperity of the people,al-Maliki said Friday.
  • Avigdor Lieberman in FOXNews
    Either Hamas is going to be dismantled, or the government is going to be dismantled,Lieberman said in a statement. "This is not an ultimatum, but these are the options."

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