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They are not braking out of jail or somehow breaking free to wrech havoc on America.
It is the first step in sociological wisdom, to recognize that the major avances in civilization are processes which all but wrech the societies in which they occur ...
A-maizing-grits, how sweet da korm dat saveded a wrech like Meeeeee!
Fourteen days after some boats ventured to goe looke for some Oriniaks, came to the same place, where they made cottages, and that within a quarter of mille where this wrech was.
He is not some cycloptic monster to wrech havoc on the field ... he's just a stout midfielder that needs to polish up his playing / finishing / prowess on the field.