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Six months ago the predictions were apocalyptic. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Despite apocalyptic predictions after the spill, tourism and fishing in the area appear to have recovered. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Forecasters, councils and that miserable bloke down the pub showered us with apocalyptic weather warnings this week. The Sun (2017)We hope his apocalyptic prediction is wrong. The Sun (2008)Labour politicians have been issuing similarly apocalyptic warnings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yet the city remained a mind-boggling mixture of apocalyptic ruin and a return to routine. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is far short of the apocalyptic predictions being made in the 1970s. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Plus, they got sick of apocalyptic predictions that began to prove false. The Sun (2014)We can all draw the most apocalyptic of scenarios for what may happen to Balotelli. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Still, some of the more apocalyptic predictions for 2012 proved over the top. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So, let's take the apocalyptic scenario first. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Here is their most apocalyptic scenario yet: Billions dead. The Sun (2007)The row came in a Referendum special where the Chancellor stood by apocalyptic warnings about threats to house prices and jobs. The Sun (2016)
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