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Words of the Week:

In the spirit of the day.

Armageddon, n., (from the Book of Revelation) the last battle between good and evil before the Day of Judgment.

apocalypse, n., the complete and final destruction of the world.

cataclysm, n., a large-scale violent event in the natural world.

catastrophic, adj., involving or causing sudden and tremendous damage or suffering.

calamity, n., an event causing great and sudden damage or distress.

disaster, n., a sudden event that causes great damage and/or loss of life.

devastation, n., great destruction or damage.

annihilation, n., complete destruction or obliteration.

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