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Confusion of common wreck with uncommon wreak, both with similar meanings of destruction and similar etymological origins.
Numerous devices are used by the devil to wreck havoc into people's lives.
A good example of how insomnia wreck havoc in a person live can be found my friend, Darren.
Electrical blasts, to zap people from afar or to wreck havoc with machinery?
Be aware that some users have been known to wreck havoc as guests in other towns and can swindle you out of items.
Heat and humidity can wreck havoc on the infamously groomed bob style, so ensure your hair looks its best at all times with the use of recommended styling products for your hair type.
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