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  • n. Plural form of volley.

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Examples

  • In a campaign marked by virtually instantaneous volleys from the two camps, the McCain campaign took a full day to issue an official response to the Maliki story, prompting speculation that his statements put Mr. McCain in an awkward position.

    Maliki Backs Obama’s Troop Withdrawal Plan - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • We saw the brutal volleys from the Obama camp, and most shockingly — the press — after Bush's noodle-armed serve of the “appeasement issue”, idiotically injecting himself into the presidential campaign.

    The Fall Of The House Of Bush

  • Those in the cheese cellar heard three volleys from the Spitfires.

    THE JOHN McCORMICK STORY

  • Frenchmen, fleeing to the safety of the palace, had been cut down by pursuing Spaniards who, in turn, had been repulsed by volleys from the Frenchmen already safe inside.

    Sharpe's Rifles

  • (Laughter) As we came up the hill we were received by renewed volleys from the rifles and from two old brass cannons that had done duty in the Red River Rebellion.

    The Northland of Canada

  • 6. Step Into Your Volleys- Stepping into your volleys is a great way to make sure that you get shoulder turn and a lot more power into your volleys.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The rest of these "volleys" are gonna be pisses in the wind by comparison.

    The volley continues - Westchester NC joins opposition

  • A feud to me conjurs up "volleys" occuring between parties.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The basic idea is to pass a layered Photoshop file back and forth for ten "volleys", about one every 15 minutes.

    Mark Simonson Studio / Notebook

  • The volleys are the rig'lars, who, you know, fire by word -- as long as they can. "

    The Spy

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