- n. Plural form of mercenary.
“He urged other nations to join in that request, saying he feared there could be a large-scale massacre in Tripoli and calling on African nations to stop sending what he called mercenaries to fight on behalf of Khadafy's government.”
“Zuniga’s use of the term mercenaries, and the accompanying text that did, indeed, say “screw ‘em” was mindless, thoughtless, and did result in more than one politician removing ads from his site.”
“Residents for a second day reported seeing African troops they described as mercenaries and said they were killing civilians and firing guns into the air.”
“Protagonists remain mercenaries simultaneously out for money and for somewhat doing the right thing.”
“Some say the violence is being carried out by people they describe as mercenaries, apparently from sub-Saharan Africa.”
“Mubarak and his men at the state security and the intelligence services also presented honourable services to the US after September 11, when they provided logistical support to extract confessions, torture suspects and open up the Egyptian state security headquarters in Egypt for mercenaries from the US intelligence to supervise investigations with suspects, who were kidnapped by the US and transported to Egypt for questioning.”
“One of the best things about Kohta Hiranoâ€ ™ s sexy apocalypse of warring vampires, Nazis, Catholics, werewolves, and Australian mercenaries is that all the way up to, and possibly through, this final volume, we donâ€ ™ t know whoâ€ ™ s going to win.”
“Controlling the customs, he was able to generate revenue and cause a crossover of skilled mercenaries from the conservative to the liberal side.”
“It was safe to assume that the helicopter represented help, who would have thought the helicopter was bringing in mercenaries sent on taking over the island?”
“Many of the British soldiers were mercenaries from the German states and Scottish Highlands and were often trailed by numerous dependents and camp followers.”
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