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“When these same stories air on TV, they become classic "bang-bang" war coverage of US troops shooting at the enemy and fighting bravely, The assessments of their performance often lacks background and context.”
“Both plays were bang-bang, and replays seemed to show both were misses that went against the Rangers.”
“Everything in Mexico happens so bang-bang sometimes.”
“In a good minute-30 report there would be the stand-up opening by the correspondent, the statement of the besieged ruler or the aggrieved rebel, the map with arrows, the bang-bang, and then the closing summation.”
“At CBS News years ago there was a producer who called the film, as it then was, of a military or street battle "the bang-bang.”
“It was kind of a bang-bang play in the end zone," Verica said.”
“Hardy went on to explain that "Mad Max" is not merely a bang-bang popcorn flick.”
“But the way the game is going, it would be very surprising if we went back to some kind of bang-bang tennis.”
“Puts me in mind of chitty-chitty bang-bang. raynor on”
“OFA Special Projects Director Mark Beatty pitched a complete game for the DNC team despite walking with a limp after a sliding into home plate on a bang-bang play.”
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