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  • n. Plural form of spitfire.

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Examples

  • So last year I switched to spitfires and although they did fly very well I am not too confident with them based on last years results.

    Mechanical Broadhead Debate

  • Eva Mendez - Two Latin spitfires make our list this year.

    Roger Stone: StoneZone's 2011 Best and Worst Dressed

  • This DC3 landed while the spitfires circled overhead to give the mechanics cover while they worked on the crippled machine.

    Walter (Bill) Gossner

  • At daylight the following morning we heard planes approaching and from our hide out saw a single D. C.3 with an escort of ten spitfires overhead.

    Walter (Bill) Gossner

  • We've seen so many standouts — including the barely clad Chase, who really knows how to expose his technique; "naughty girl" Jordan Casanova, who's really a good girl; and spitfires like "Lil O" and father-to-be "D.C."

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • When it's good, it's very very good: Ian McNeice - that's Baron Harkonnen to you - as Sir Winston Churchill, the War Rooms setting, and the inevitable spitfires vs flying saucers scenes are all cool, and the appearance of the Daleks as soldiers - trusted by Churchill and the British - is extremely sinister.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • For example, the Israelis in the war of Independence bought hardware from communist Czechoslovakia, flying Messerschmits against British spitfires given by the Brits to the Egyptians.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • So why tell porkies about spitfires and thier obvious airial superiority?

    Belgrano Captain: We Did Pose a Threat to Task Force

  • Iain, did you know that most German pilots shot down during the second world war told rivetting stories about how they were shot down by spitfires made in stoke btw?

    Belgrano Captain: We Did Pose a Threat to Task Force

  • Well, then, how do you account for the red-headed spitfires?

    The Evolution of -- Blondes!

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