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  • Desecration is a word usually used in relation to sacrilegious actions.

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  • Desecration is to strip of holy meaning or reverence.

    Palin hits back at 'malicious' photo

  • In Russian, the title means I believe, "Desecration".

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  • In Russian, the title means I believe, "Desecration".

    Hey, Jenny, they gave me your pole dancer!

  • Painted in shades of black to resemble an urban landscape in the midst of a bombing attack, it bears the title "Desecration," which appears to be from the book "Desecration: Antichrist Takes the Throne," from the evangelical "Left Behind" series.

    Post-Saddam Art

  • Desecration yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Desecration'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: I would like to encourage the reader to join me in a moment of honest self-inquiry.

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  • And the ninth book in that series, "Desecration," last year's number one selling book.

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  • His 1981 film "Desecration" told the story of an amateur archaeologist on an Irish island who toils to preserve its medieval castle, but his restoration work is destroyed by other islanders determined to develop a mine there instead.

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  • His 1981 film "Desecration" told the story of an amateur archaeologist on an Irish island who toils to preserve its medieval castle, but his restoration work is destroyed by other islanders determined to develop a mine there instead.

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  • His 1981 film "Desecration" told the story of an amateur archaeologist on an Irish island who toils to preserve its medieval castle, but his restoration work is destroyed by other islanders determined to develop a mine there instead.

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