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laissez-passers

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  • n. Plural form of laissez-passer.

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Examples

  • The laissez-passers that Iran gave members of al Qaeda before Sept. 11, 2001 (see the 9/11 Commission Report), the training offered to al Qaeda in the 1990s by the Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah (again, see the report), and the "detention" of senior members of al Qaeda fleeing Afghanistan after the American invasion are best seen against the backdrop of clerical Iran's three-decade long outreach to radical Sunnis who loathe Americans more than they hate Shiites.

    Iran's Hamas Strategy

  • He wanted American ID cards and laissez-passers to enter the base and peruse the files.

    Committee Of The Missing

  • These include: passports, laissez-passers, vaccination certificates, travellers cheques and cash.

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  • But in the mairie of Balleroy, where the U.S. 1st Division had its civil affairs office issuing laissez-passers to civilians and supervising the blackout, a group of local inhabitants one day requested permission to hold a concert.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • Her hands were steady; she was even smiling as she produced two neat little packets that, on being unfolded, proved to have all the air of permits, _laissez-passers_, and police cards.

    The Firefly of France

  • There is no mention of Sickert having any form of "picture identification" until World War I, when he and his second wife, Christine, were issued laissez-passers to show guards at tunnels, railway crossings, and other strategic places as they traveled about France.

    Portrait of a Killer

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    The Firefly of France

  • The laissez-passers that Iran gave members of al Qaeda before Sept. 11, 2001 (see the 9 / 11 Commission Report), the training offered to al Qaeda in the 1990s by the Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah (again, see the report), and the "detention" of senior members of al Qaeda fleeing Afghanistan after the American invasion are best seen against the backdrop of clerical Iran's three-decade long outreach to radical Sunnis who loathe Americans more than they hate Shiites.

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