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“But once when a plane carrying him to Europe strayed too near the French coast and came under German antiaircraft fire, Donovan reached into his coat pocket for his L pill in case the aircraft was forced down over enemy-occupied territory.”
“Washington, D.C., remains in substantial part enemy-occupied territory for those who favor any serious meaningful, permanent reforms that would effectively limit national government," he said.”
“In order to fund this operation the WRB approved the direct transfer of hard currency into enemy-occupied territory.”
“A line from Oswald Chambers resonates: we live everyday in "enemy-occupied territory".”
“In both world wars, ordinary men and women in enemy-occupied Europe ran similar risks, for example train-watching, carefully logging the movements of railway trains and their cargoes and endeavouring to identify the military units they carried.”
“I remembered that one, Sergeant Derek Fetterolf, had held the record for collapsing the most enemy-occupied houses — more than 50 — with a rocket launcher called a SMAW.”
“The British troops could then advance along the coast towards the enemy-occupied port of Zeebrugge, close to the western border of Holland.”
“Tell that to the Shiite militiamen now mortaring the Green Zone as if it were … enemy-occupied territory.”
“Government units had overrun enemy-occupied hills after heavy fighting on Monday and Tuesday in which the rebels had put up tough resistance, said Manirakiza.”
“Government units had overrun enemy-occupied hills after heavy fighting on Monday and Tuesday in which the rebels had put up tough resistance, said Lieutenant Colonel Manirakiza.”
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