Phrases with «wreck»

Wrecks is a one-man play by Neil LaBute, that was commissioned and produced by the Everyman Palace Theatre in Cork, Ireland. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)

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Sentences with «wreck» (usage examples):

  • But I doubt that RIM actually listened to customers or outsiders — the train wreck is just too complete for there to have been anything other than heads deeply buried in sand. (computerworld.com)
  • Wide-eyed, we rolled along 90, taking in the gray-green landscape, which was occasionally accentuated by an abandoned wreck or roadside fire. (theexpeditioner.com)
  • I'm actually kinda grateful you've stopped referring to them as «injury wrecks» and now it's just «injury prone.» (justarsenal.com)
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