01. The magician [vanished] in a puff of smoke, only to reappear inside a large box in the center of the stage.
02. The youths [vanished] from the scene as soon as the police arrived.
03. Countless planes and ships have apparently [vanished] in the area known as the Bermuda Triangle.
04. The wealthy businessman [vanished] from his home last week, and police are investigating.
05. The thief quickly [vanished] into the night when the alarm went off.
06. The rat [vanished] into a hole in the wall.
07. Several species of animals have [vanished] from the region as the forest is cut down.
08. Og Mandino once said, "Treasure the love you receive above all. It will survive long after your gold and good health have [vanished]."
09. Jawaharlal Nehru once observed that without peace, all other dreams [vanish].
10. Someone once said that if you do that which you fear, your fear will [vanish].
11. Virunga Park is home to the [vanishing] mountain gorilla.
12. Chimpanzees have largely [vanished] from the forests of Burundi due to the destruction of their natural habitat.
13. In December of 1993, four men [vanished] into the forests of southern Russia with $10 million they had previously collected in ransom money.
14. Scientists warn that unless we guard our wildnerness, as many as half of all species could [vanish] in this century.
15. A recent study warns that certain types of sharks, including the great white shark of "Jaws" fame, are close to [vanishing] from North Atlantic waters.
16. Explosive population growth and overuse of natural resources in China are causing habitat for wildlife to [vanish].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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