An editor next to me speculated that Jacobs had been inspired by the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy.
And, thirdly, even if you are moving pieces of wreckage, there are eyes in the sky watching it all from satellites.
But Berner runs away instead, and will live in that wreckage always, a casualty, a victim.
Despite the wreckage around his industry, Murdoch believes newspapers can adapt and thrive.
The Passage is thus split—how our world ends, and how those left behind survive in our wreckage.
The Gnome motor was lying on the ground twenty feet from the wreckage.
See their lifeless forms lying there amid the wreckage of the hillside.
Staggering free of the wreckage, he found himself enveloped in a choking pall of smoke.
I am almost certain that you are mistaken in your supposition that there is no one on that wreckage.
"Bit o' wreckage from Barnett's derelict," muttered Trendon, scowling through his glasses.