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  • n. Plural form of war.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of war.


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  • Leadership in wars, is not political – it's the political policies that influence military action that is a problem – both Dems and Repubs.

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  • But the idea that soldiers do mean things in wars is hardly news.

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  • The difference between democrats and republicans in wars, is that democrats win, and republicans lose.

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  • "The way you win wars is that you start fires that will consume the enemy."

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  • In closing, may I say that fighting in wars is only a form of public service.

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  • As of a couple years back he was warning of spending priorities shifting from deterring big powers China and Russia to what he terms the wars we have today.

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  • Well, I know that Mr. Bush wanted to be the first CEO president, but staffing out fighting the wars is a little much, don't you think?

    Staffing It Out

  • Dunn said efforts to locate, identify and return the remains of military members from other wars is the legacy left by the families of the

    Remains Returned List WWII

  • An ', by dad, whin I come to think what they call wars nowadays, I believe me uncle Mike was right.

    Mr. Dooley: In the Hearts of His Countrymen

  • In the Haass world view, America would still be actively engaged internationally, but would pragmatically shun what he calls "wars of choice," such as Vietnam, the second Iraq war and Libya. - Home Page


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