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a portable rocket launcher used by infantrymen as an antitank weapon

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Fairfield won for the second week in a row against Bazookas - this time influential Chris Johnson added to his two goals last week by hitting an hat-trick and further goals from Lamb, Hayes and two goals from Luke Spence made it seven.
Division Two: Billingham v Eaglescliffe, Norton Unicorn v Blytheholme, Rimswell v Eaglescliffe Bazookas, The Oxbridge v St Mary's College, Thornaby Aerodrome Club v Norton Red Lion, Thornaby Sports and Leisure v Fairfield Sports and Social Club.
Paul Caffrey got a hat-trick for Bazookas with Andrew Bowker adding two.
Thornaby Aerodrome Club remain second following a 10-1 blow-out of Eaglescliffe Bazookas.
Don't do like Sharleen Spiteri and squish your bazookas while hiding a sack of tatties under your knickers.
The Eagle picked up their first win as they defeated Eaglescliffe Bazookas 12-0.
Platoons of worms do battle over a scrolling landscape with weapons that include bazookas, dynamite and even exploding sheep.
IT WAS all motorbikes and bazookas for Doctor Who star Jenna Coleman as she filmed scenes for the next series of Doctor Who on the south Wales coast yesterday.
Fairfield Sports & Social Club and Eaglescliffe are still neck-and-neck in the second division after wins over Thornaby Aerodrome Club and Eaglescliffe Bazookas, respectively, see them separated by goal difference alone.
Her only previous mention of it came in a 2011 interview with Vogue when she said: "No torpedo bazookas, either.
She's just been brainwashed into believing, like too many others, that unless you have a pair of artificial bazookas sticking out your chest, you don't matter.
Thirdly, if criminals served en masse, they'd learn where machine-guns, bazookas and grenades etc were kept and routines about how guns etc are moved between bases and would tell criminal colleagues looking to burgle bases or hijack shipments etc to commit crime with.
I vividly recall David Bairstow bemoaning the fact that other counties had bazookas (Garner, Hadlee, Kapil Dev etc) to our peashooters.
There might be a war in Iraq and political meltdown in Africa, but no, it was Holly's D-cup bazookas that caused national outrage to the point where I wouldn't be surprised if the poor girl wears a burka on tonight's show.
Mrs B, with her unfeasibly skinny frame and unfeasibly big bazookas, embraced her role as a figure of ridicule with great enthusiasm - but ultimately fell flat on her face (or, possibly, bazookas).