Baloney and wishful thinking aside, the MB would be calamitous for U.S. security.
In the film, a story about a dysfunctional family prone to calamitous accidents, Davis plays the foul-mouthed matriarch.
We can prevent a nuclear-armed Iran, we can prevent a calamitous war.
Thus far the one thing we know for sure: a calamitous plunge in voter turnout, down 7.3 points from 2008 levels.
Forced sterilisation was by far the most calamitous exercise undertaken during the Emergency.
In proportion as I drew near the city, the tokens of its calamitous condition became more apparent.
But, as to France, I have no doubt in saying that to her it will be calamitous.
The accumulated effect of the calamitous recital was to stun her.
The most sanguine could not but fear that we were entering a calamitous period.
In 1284, during Giovanni Dandolos reign, a calamitous inundation had plunged the people into misery.