from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A period during which a war is in progress.
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- n. A period during which a war is in progress in a particular place.
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- n. a period of time during which there is armed conflict
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The filing also asked the court to dismiss the case without debating the merits of any future actions potentially taken against Aulaqi on the grounds that targeting in wartime is a matter for presidents, and that Aulaqi's father did not have legal standing to bring the case.
They say that targeting in wartime is a matter for presidents and presidents alone.
His true confession, for the acts he committed in wartime, is reserved for his Hmong friend.
To accuse someone of ignoring the duties of citizenship in wartime is a pretty serious charge.
Second, aiding the enemy in wartime is a term that means intent to assist the enemy in hurting the United States.
Shooting down a military plane in wartime is not generally considered “assassination”.
If your point that the method of violence makes an act “assassination”, then dropping a bomb on al-Awlaki would not be assassination, since dropping a bomb in wartime is not generally considered assassination.
According to that theory, literally anything the President does "in wartime" is legal so long as he claims that it is necessary to fight the war.
Insubordination in wartime is a grave offense, and an inquiry is under way, the officer said, to determine if the Uniform Code of Military Justice was violated and whether disciplinary measures were warranted.