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  • noun Plural form of flotilla.

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  • Israel insists there is no need for aid to Gaza since it eased restrictions on imports through land crossings, labeling the flotillas political provocations.

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  • Israel insists there is no need for aid to Gaza since it eased restrictions on imports through land crossings, labeling the flotillas political provocations.

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  • Israel insists there is no need for aid to Gaza since it eased restrictions on imports through land crossings, labeling the flotillas political provocations.

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  • Israel insists there is no need for aid to Gaza since it eased restrictions on imports through land crossings, labeling the flotillas political provocations.

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  • Israel insists there is no need for aid to Gaza since it eased restrictions on imports through land crossings, labeling the flotillas political provocations.

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  • Israel insists there is no need for aid to Gaza since it eased restrictions on imports through land crossings, labeling the flotillas political provocations.

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  • Jonathan Lewis, the chief executive of The Social Investment Business, which provides loans, grants and professional support to charities and third-sector organisations, wants to give what he describes as "flotillas" of small organisations the clout to compete for public sector work by bringing them together into consortia.

    Public service cuts will come: but how and where?

  • We Pray that You will "Break The Ships of Tarshish", these phony "flotillas" and lying propaganda ships that would slander Your people, and blast them with the breath of Your Righteous Anger.

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  • Wasn't there a famous hollywood actress on one of these "flotillas" a few years ago?

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  • The first army troopships arrived at Manila Bay on June 30, to be followed by two other flotillas totaling some 14,000 troops.

    Between War and Peace

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