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  • n. Plural form of sile.


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  • By evading rather than risking engaging the Climber's mis-siles, our pursuer has complicated her inherent velocity vector with respect to her quarry.

    Passage at Arms

  • You presume they are mis-siles being intercepted because neither side often penetrates the other's automated defenses.

    Passage at Arms

  • The pencil strokes characteristic of high-translation ratio mis-siles spaghetti through the mess.

    Passage at Arms

  • Pollack thought of the Finger of God installations and the thousands of mis - siles pointed at virtually every country on Earth.

    True Names

  • Sure enough, moments later other cries and shouts came from that direction, and several small spears arced past overhead, retracing the path of the mis - siles which had initially panicked the two travelers.

    The Moment Of The Magician

  • While I do believe extremists from the right have infiltrated this site like they've been proven to have done at other siles, some Progressives may not be as progressive as they think. Main RSS Feed

  • Weasel guise) attacked SAM sites with their radar tracking air-to-ground mis - siles.

    Zukowski, Robert J.


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