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“Bombard English speaking homes with TOI+Mumbai Mirror, forcing DNA to expand the market by reaching out to poorer households”
“Bombard: Very large caliber front-loading cannon used in sieges.”
“Bombard the galaxy with a coherent beam of identical neutron stars.”
“Bombard their little family reunion, put Reena in a headlock and interrogate her about Faith?”
“* Bombard them with e-mails and phone calls -- enough so that the more intelligent of them, at least, begin to see the light.”
“Bombard your legislators with emails and phone calls.”
“What we are seeing here -- from the solar panels that power this facility to the Bombard workers who built it -- is that a green, renewable energy economy isn't some pie-in-the-sky, far-off future, it is now.”
“Mr. Shourie suggested that the party follow the example of Chairman Mao Zedong, who had said at the beginning of the Cultural Revolution: “Bombard the headquarters.””
“In my mind, this teaser trailer does what any good teaser trailer should: Bombard you with a bunch of images, sounds, and voiceover that are barely comprehensible but undeniably cool.”
“Bombard the BBC with complaints and bombard all of the press with endless complaints about the BBC until they remember how scared they were when there was a real national debate about the licence fee.”
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