- n. Plural form of fighter.
“Looking at Taliban payments to their fighters is a little like watching the street-price of drugs – the higher the number, the more effective your efforts at combating it.”
“The use of white phosphorus against enemy fighters is a “terribly ill-conceived method,” demonstrating an Army interested “only in the immediate tactical gain and its felicitous shake and bake fun.””
“The program that the U.S. is funding to reintegrate reformed or disabused Talbin fighters, Holbrooke admitted, has so far reintegrated nobody.”
“I accompanied Kashmiri mujahidin fighters across the dangerous Kashmir inner border.”
“The Marjah campaign routed most Taliban fighters from a town they once controlled, without a high casualty toll for U.S. troops and the Afghan security forces fighting alongside them.”
“If the change in capability of those fighters is a signal of intento to use that capability as you claim, then when the capability changed becomes extremely relevant. drhunt says: nor did the question of nuclear waste come into national debate … except for the fact that Obama AND Biden both stated that they supported nuclear power proliferation”
“One of the aspirant fighters is a girl, trying to punch her way out of an unhappy home life: she's good enough to make it in the ring, but not having a penis she ends up out of contention, strutting across the stage in a gold bikini, displaying the numbers of rounds in a men's fight.”
“I think the synergistic effect of having a couple of F‑22s in with those fourth-generation fighters is great.”
“And the way we're going to resolve that problem with these foreign fighters is to cut off their logistics.”
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