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  1. wreak havoc. Create confusion and inflict destruction. Havoc, which comes from the medieval word for “plunder,” was once a specific command for invading troops to begin looting and killing in a conquered village. This is what Shakespeare meant by his oft-quoted “Cry ‘havoc’ and let slip the dogs of war” (Julius Caesar, ).
  2. Aug 11,  · Mangaluru: Rivers turn furious - Wreak havoc with people's lives Tue, Aug 11 PM; Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, Aug Heavy rain that has been hitting Dakshina Kannada district since a week has thrown the people's lives out of gear. Rivers Netravati, Kumaradhara and Falguni are flowing at danger level and.
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  4. Wreak is a verb that means “to inflict” or “to carry out.” It’s most commonly used with havoc. However, it can also be used with other words, like rage, revenge, or destruction. Someone who wreaks vengeance inflicts punishment on those who hurt them.
  5. Jun 19,  · 20 Surprising Foods That Wreak Havoc On Your Immune System Emily Monaco 6/19/ SHARE. SHARE. TWEET. SHARE. EMAIL. Despite federal guidance, schools cite privacy laws to withhold info about.
  6. Aug 10,  · Hilarious moment sheep storm holidaymakers' camp and wreak havoc as they steal their food and poo on the floor Rachael Tweedy, 30, and Lauren Harris, 27, were camping in Redruth, Cornwall The sheep.
  7. Incessant rain continued to wreak havoc for the third day, inundating more areas in the city.
  8. Aug 08,  · Agriculture officials say people who get these mystery seeds should not plant them. "We don't want to introduce some thing, you know, accidentally, that could wreak havoc on Author: Jaccii Farris.

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