diboblogi, ddiboblogi, niboblogi
Verb(1) reduce in population
(1) About 4,000 villages have been burnt and razed to the ground in an attempt to depopulate the area.(2) Perhaps this explains the empty streets of Tokyo in the film: the script is obligated to depopulate the city rather than confront the implications of the story.(3) the disease could depopulate a town the size of Bournemouth(4) the disease could depopulate a city the size of New Haven(5) When one examines the trend to declining populations in coastal communities it would appear that government has taken the position that they want to depopulate communities and relocate citizens to major urban areas.(6) She attributes a major depopulating role to venereal diseases, especially gonorrhoea, which makes women infertile.(7) The rural exodus left the central massifs of France deserted, and depopulated a band drawn diagonally across the country from the north-east to the south-west.(8) North African pirates abducted and enslaved more than one million Europeans between 1530 and 1780 in a series of raids that depopulated coastal towns from Sicily to Cornwall, according to new research.(9) One of the earliest areas to receive the group's attention was Leicestershire, where it was shown that villages were deserted largely because of depopulation caused by the plague.(10) Large areas of Africa were depopulated , economic development was severely depressed and the societies left behind were fragmented and destabilized.(11) Towns and cities will be left with thousands of unwanted apartments, schools may well be half empty and whole swathes of the countryside could be depopulated .(12) Might I be so bold as to suggest that we change our economic system to a more sustainable one, lead the way in depopulation and shout out loud and clear about how essential it is to leave our children a world worth living in.(13) I think they are still panicking and trying to gain some sense of control by depopulating the city.(14) The valleys have not lost their character but agricultural and industrial changes have depopulated some areas and opened others to an influx of lowlanders seeking holiday and retirement homes.(15) While the narrator clearly describes a room in the throes of chaos brought on by an influx of wounded soldiers, she also curiously depopulates the room of individual men.(16) In the United States, for example, huge, formerly ecologically significant areas such as Florida and the Rocky Mountains would be depopulated and restored to a natural state.
(1) depopulate :: depopulate
1. desolate ::
Different Formsdepopulate, depopulated, depopulates, depopulating
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