- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bomb.
“Hanna says the state isn't facing some "little issue" of exotic animals but rather is facing what he describes as bombs.”
“Yes | No | Report from mattreney wrote 24 weeks 5 days ago yeah if your going to use dry ice check with the air port they can be used in bombs someone made some and set them off in the school no one got that hurt a few teachers had to go to the hospital though”
“Only Canada, it seems, stood up for Israel, which continues to rain bombs, shells and bullets upon the captive population of Gaza.”
“To omit a region; pigeon holing the offerings as out of balance fruit bombs is a narrow view of wine production world wide and I might suggest there is a hidden agenda some “gate-keepers” will not admit to keeping.”
“To see what happens to those individuals, throughout the entire course of events, leading up to the dropping of the two atomic bombs, is something that was very, very hard for the actors, the writers and all of us to put on the screen, but we felt we had to try.”
“Imagine, whereever you live, that the State next to you sent in bombs with nails and missals into your town.”
“Certainly, terrorism with guns and bombs is utterly dwarfed by infectious disease, motor accidents, etc.”
“Trouble with that is, while we were off chasing the one, a whole bunch of people have watched and decided having half a dozen bombs is a great way to keep the hyperpower U. S.'s nose out of your business.”
“MIDLAND, Texas — By the end of World War II, nearly 4,000 Boeing B-29 Superfortresses had been built, most of them to rain bombs on targets across the Pacific Theater.”
“Anyone who just wants to drop some bombs is an idiot.”
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