Wreckage

  • (noun): The remaining parts of something that has been wrecked.
    Example: "They searched the wreckage for signs of survivors"

Some articles on wreckage:

Lionair Flight 602 - Discovery of The Wreckage
... On October 2012 the wreckage of a plane which believed to be the dis-integrated parts of the ill-fated Antonov was discovered on the sea bed off the Iranativu Island in the northern sea by the Sri Lankan Navy ... The discovery of the wreckage could give an answer to one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history ...
SS James Carruthers - Aftermath
... Monday, November 10, copious amounts of wreckage from several boats began to wash onto Lake Huron's shores ... A large field of wreckage was found offshore between Kincardine and Goderich, nearly seventy miles (113 km) south of the Carruthers's known course ... concluded that the rockets were from the Carruthers as most of her wreckage and crew were found in the vicinity ...
List Of G.I. Joe Extreme Episodes - Season 2 (1996–1997)
... to rescue the team and end the General's reign of terror 10 "Wreckage Revenge!" January 10, 1997 Rampage has organized a gun-running deal, but needs a little muscle in case ... He convinces Wreckage to provide that muscle, promising to reveal Wreckage's origin to him ... When things don't turn out as planned, Wreckage ends up on a journey with Freight ...
Box Head Revolution - Plot
... the upper tier of the planet's society, discover the wreckage ... Unknown to them, the wreckage is a Voyager program space craft that was launched from the U.S ... Within the wreckage is a long-playing gold album featuring rock music of the 1970s ...

Famous quotes containing the word wreckage:

    As a lone ant from a broken ant-hill
    from the wreckage of Europe, ego scriptor.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)

    The individual woman is required ... a thousand times a day to choose either to accept her appointed role and thereby rescue her good disposition out of the wreckage of her self-respect, or else follow an independent line of behavior and rescue her self-respect out of the wreckage of her good disposition.
    Jeannette Rankin (1880–1973)

    It is the nature of the artist to mind excessively what is said about him. Literature is strewn with the wreckage of men who have minded beyond reason the opinions of others.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)