enemy-occupied love

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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.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • "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.

    Scholars debate whether time is right for amending the Constitution

  • In order to fund this operation the WRB approved the direct transfer of hard currency into enemy-occupied territory.

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • A line from Oswald Chambers resonates: we live everyday in "enemy-occupied territory".

    The Rifleman's Badge of Honor

  • 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.

    Keith Jeffery: The Real James Bond?

  • 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 First Test of the Surge

  • The British troops could then advance along the coast towards the enemy-occupied port of Zeebrugge, close to the western border of Holland.

    ‘Gallipoli: The End of the Myth’

  • Tell that to the Shiite militiamen now mortaring the Green Zone as if it were … enemy-occupied territory.

    Unraveling Iraq

  • 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.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • 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.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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