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  • n. One who breaches.


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  • Corrigan listened as the other two elements of his team checked in and then gave the thumbs up signal to his door breacher.

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  • A SEAL “breacher” named Brian A. emphasized that, before he blew open any door in Iraq or Afghanistan, he steadied his hands and the explosives he was handling “with four of the biggest, deepest, gut-filling diaphragmatic breaths a human being can possibly take, to flood my body with as much oxygen as possible.”

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  • A demolition breacher friend has helped me design many an explosive and when we've worked it all out, we go back and change an element.

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  • Infamous security breacher John Hirst aka Jail House points to an excitable Independent scoop with an illegitimate Tory fundraiser getting the run of the corridors of power.

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  • After synchronizing their watches, the Emergency Services Unit breacher tapped Harvath on the shoulder, handed him a small canvas bag with det cord and everything else necessary to blow a heavy metal door off its hinges, and said, “Just in case.”


  • May 25, 2006, 8: 22 am adipex p says: adipex p breacher stitch Deneb Portuguese: bought.

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  • "Now," said he, "Ven dot boy comes in, ef he dakes dot dollar, he's goin 'to be a beeznis man; ef he dakes dot Bible he'll be a breacher; ef he dakes dot vwiskey, he's no goot -- he's goin' to be a druenkart." and he hid behind the door to see which his son would choose.

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  • Such a breach may generate social sanctions such as not inviting the breacher to other social events, but a court would not enforce such a promise because reasonable people do not expect such social promises to generate legal liability.

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  • The $3.75 million machines are so valuable at this point that they aren't operated outside of bases unless an even more powerful tank recovery vehicle - aka a big tow truck - isn't along to drag home the 70-ton breacher if anything goes wrong.

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  • The main body of the breacher is built on the General Dynamics chassis that is used for the Abrams, with Pearson Engineering of the UK providing the specially designed plow and the other mine-clearing accessories that the Marines are looking forward to using in Helmand.

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