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- n. The action of dropping bombs from the air.
- n. The action of placing and detonating bombs.
- v. Present participle of bomb.
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- n. the use of bombs for sabotage; a tactic frequently used by terrorists
- n. an attack by dropping bombs
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The guy picked up for this bombing is a naturalized US Citizen.
Moreover, the victim of the bombing is a non-Jewish woman from an unnamed, distant land, where almost half the novel is set.
While the bombing is the biggest Mauritanian “story” to catch western media attention since the election Mauritanians are more concerned with other troubles related to legitimacy and creeping despotism.
Also killed in this bombing, is STO supporter Zoe Graystone.
He was one of eight reporters to be able to fly in bombing missions over Germany and he landed in Holland with the 101st Airborne for Operation Market Garden.
The failed bombing is "another sobering reminder of the times in which we live," the president told an audience of business leaders.
We begin bombing in five minutes. - joking during a mike check before his Saturday radio broadcast
By that logic, Israel is rational in bombing Gaza in an attempt to remove that demographic threat, one way or another.
One of the most misleading statistics quoted by the critics of strategic bombing is the output of armaments by German factories.
However, the notion that all strategic bombing is useless is not true.
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