- n. Plural form of bombing.
“BBC News: Nine killed by twin bombings in Russia's Dagestan”
“This game of killings or bombings is for these blood thirsty animals who are bent on destroying every civilized element inside Pakistan.”
“Again, the phenomenon of suicide bombings is not new; we have now been going through this for the last two years while losing thousands of innocent people and a former Prime Minister.”
“I think the most important thing to consider about the H-N bombings is not that they portended the potential end of the world, but that once we used them we have never used them again.”
“He called the bombings a "heinous crime," and promised those behind them and the earlier attack on the bus would be punished.”
“The London train bombings showed up the naivete of that attitude but didn't expunge it.”
“She called the bombings despicable terrorist attacks and said they would not undermine the progress that Iraq has made toward stability.”
“She called the bombings despicable terrorist attacks and said they would not undermine the progress that Iraq has made towards stability.”
“A communique claimed the Latin American bombings in the name of Ansarollah, or the Partisans of God.”
“Weiss agreed, noting, "The wall has reduced suicide bombings, which is an important element of Israel's security.”
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