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  1. Wrecks

    Wrecks is a one-man play by Neil LaBute, that was commissioned and produced by the Everyman Palace Theatre in Cork, Ireland. The play was a part of the city's Capital of Culture programme in 2005.

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  1. Wrecks

    Plural form of Wreck.

    The wrecks lie in the small island archipelago of Fournoi.

    Submitted by acronimous on October 15, 2018  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of wrecks in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of wrecks in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Marcel Neeleman:

    Most galaxies that we find early in the universe look like train wrecks because they underwent consistent and often' violent' merging, these hot mergers make Milky Way difficult to form well-ordered, cold rotating disks like we observe in our present universe.

  2. Ross Anderson:

    We used a combination of all of the data supplied by ATSB, historical research and maritime archaeological analyses to determine both wrecks were in fact 19th Century merchant sailing ships – one wooden and one iron – both carrying coal.

  3. Teri Nicklin of ScottishPowers Renewables:

    It was a really special day. We were looking for wrecks, but what we found was a huge wreck that didn't appear in any of the charts.

  4. Emily Pruett:

    The wrecks of only two vessels remain in the harbor — the Arizona and USS Utah — so survivors of those ships are the only ones who have the option to be laid to rest this way.

  5. Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan:

    They [doctors] have prescribed hundreds if not thousands of opioid prescriptions, most of the time without even seeing the proposed patients, one hundred and fifteen people a day are dying of opioid overdoses. That's more people than are killed in car wrecks.

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