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  • n. Plural form of raider.


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  • Gillian is also strong-willed and determined, but those qualities cannot mask the fear she feels when the raiders from the North ransack her village

    There's a few...

  • Gina is shocked to discover that one of the raiders is her brother.

    Anatomy of a Story: Thicker Than Water « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

  • You couldn't find one of those so-called raiders if you had ten times the men you do.

    Alector's Choice

  • In fact, if the stories were true, the enemy could hardly be called raiders -- they must be an army of invasion.

    Death Stalks The Ruins

  • (The planes had penetrated the city's defenses by coming in under radar, and the first antiaircraft batteries opened up not only after the raiders were about 20 miles away.)

    Stewart, Robert A.

  • Chief among the raiders was a half-caste Arab negro nick-named Tipu Tib ( "The gatherer of wealth"), who by his energy and cunning had become practically the master of a great district between the Congo and Lake Tanganyika.

    The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)

  • The bank at Russellville, Ky., was raided March 20, 1868, and among the raiders was a man who gave his name as Colburn, who the detectives have endeavored to make it appear was Cole Younger.

    The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself

  • In the tension of greater events, little notice was taken at the moment of this incident; yet it was not long before it was discovered that the raiders were the advance guard of the little army with which Taylor was about to invade La

    History of the Nineteenth Army Corps

  • Local media have labelled the raiders "Robin Hoods" following previous raids.

    The Lede

  • The game is won in the trunches and that is where the raiders are the weakest.



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