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“Gingrich decried what he called "carpet-bombing" on TV.”
“I have been under carpet-bombing by massive amounts of money in my political life, he says.”
“After reading this piece with the carpet-bombing of Delany's Nova over at the Asimov's forum, I'm thinking dude has a point.”
“This guy eats, sleeps & showers advocacy for carpet-bombing Iran.”
“Bush was obsessed by demon rum, poontang and carpet-bombing peasants.”
“Well over half a century before Hemingway, in "A Farewell to Arms," gave us the signal cynical phrase of the 20th century - isn't it pretty to think so - Flaubert was carpet-bombing the maudlin and the mawkish.”
“The Republicans may think that this pre-emptive carpet-bombing of whomever it is that President Obama picks will warn him off from choosing someone like 2nd District Appeals Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who is already the victim of some anonymous slurring.”
“Organisational addiction to email has long since passed the point of dysfunctionality and now borders on the pathological, with employees sending messages to colleagues in nearby cubicles, people covering their backs by cc-ing everyone else and managers carpet-bombing subordinates with attachments.”
“Embassy, were driven underground by massive U.S. bombing that featured regular B52 carpet-bombing of undefended villages.”
“He has a basic policy of carpet-bombing his opponent," Mr. Gingrich said on "Fox News Sunday.”
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