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  • n. Plural form of terrorism.

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Examples

  • “You don†™ t seem to want to hear it again, but the first step in fighting terrorisms is having the linguists capable of handling the intelligence gathered.”

    Think Progress » Former CIA Deputy Director: Civil Liberties Are ‘Powerful Antidote to Violent Extremism’

  • You don’t seem to want to hear it again, but the first step in fighting terrorisms is having the linguists capable of handling the intelligence gathered.

    Think Progress » Former CIA Deputy Director: Civil Liberties Are ‘Powerful Antidote to Violent Extremism’

  • Close this chapter and concentrate your attention on Islamic terrorisms which is a big threat for our mother land.

    rediff.com

  • The lone wolf attack, home grown terrorisms, the suspected major, Nidal Hasan, at Fort Hood, as you mentioned, an example of self-radicalized people maybe already here in the U.S., as he was.

    Intel Chief On Threat Assessment

  • What great terror exists today that not civil war, not world war, nor recent other terrorisms could make our forefathers change the fundamental basis of this state?

    Boing Boing

  • A Candidate who will preside our country with "clear plans" and not by "mere words" to protect the safety and security of every Americans; and A candidate will not use and destroy the Reputation and Prestige of the Presidency for self aggrandizement of false hopes of dealing with government who advocates terrorisms without condition.

    'President' McCain looks four years down the road

  • It follows Palestinian hip hop groups trying to do horrible anti-Semitic terrorisms like speaking their own language or visiting friends who live ten minutes away.

    malley’s scandalous syria trip for obama

  • That is why the truly horrific human atrocities of history - the enslavements, the inquisitions, the terrorisms, the genocides - have been perpetrated not in hot blood, but in cold; not as a result of urgent feelings, but in the name of a transcendent ideology and as a result of painstaking indoctrination.

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

  • Of course, on our side we expect that Australia should leave the travel advice, because that - not only on the grounds in the past three years we did not experience any terrorist bombing in Indonesia, but also in our collective efforts to combat terrorisms in Indonesia.

    Press Conference Transcript: Australia and Indonesia: Partners in a New Era

  • That is why the truly horrific atrocities in human history — the enslavements, the inquisitions, the terrorisms, the genocides — have been perpetrated not in hot blood but in cold: not as a result of urgent and immanent feeling but in the name of a transcendent ideology and as a result of painstaking indoctrination.

    Eradicating the 'Little Satan'

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