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“With Tantia whipped, it seemed to me Rose would lose no further time assaulting Jhansi, but another day and night passed in which I waited and fretted, and still there was nothing but the distant thump of cannon-fire to disturb my cell.”
“USS Constitution gained her nickname “Old Ironsides” in battle against HMS Guerriere after cannon-fire from Guerriere bounced off her hull.”
“The missiles were flying everywhere, and cannon-fire from Galactica was spraying outward.”
“Next comes the cannon-fire of feet on floorboards and the deluge of lavatory cisterns and taps.”
“In the distance, cannon-fire rumbled along the shore.”
“The sea was full of noises, hissing, groaning, clicking, with great fusillades of thumps like cannon-fire as schools of big startled fish sped out of their way.”
“It was written in the aftermath of the Anglo-Boer War, with, in the words of the poet, the sound of British cannon-fire still ringing in h is ears.”
“Above the speaking ring, thunder ripped the sky like cannon-fire and the rain turned to hail.”
“The flash of French cannon-fire reflected off the thicket of steel blades and from the glossy black sheen of their bearskin hats.”
“Worse, the Cuirassiers who had just destroyed the Red Germans now rode west of the high road to escape the cannon-fire and threatened to attack the thin British line.”
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