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Synonyms for bomber

a person who plants bombs

a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments)

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It is said that both the suicide bombers had become unidentifiable after the blasts.
Dive bombers sacrificed range for a heavier load of ordnance during a planned attack, carrying a 1,000 pound armor-piercing bomb.
The Bulgarian military has explained, however, that the Russian bombers never entered Bulgaria's air space, even though they reached within 40 km of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, apparently bound south, towards Africa.
The Bombers scored in the dying seconds of the first-half to edge the slightest of leads and went in to the half-time break 37-35 up.
Two suicide bombers intended to make their way inside a local police training center in Aryub Zazi district at around 8 a.
In essence, fewer bombers now means fewer options for the Air Force as it tries to revive the nuclear culture.
Roles were reversed a minute later as the Bombers played short-handed as Simon Hehir sat out a two-minute charging call.
The bombers were among four Russian Tupolev 95s launched from Ukrainka in the middle of the night, including one that Japanese officials say violated their country's airspace.
This book contains a lot of pictures that include different types of bombers and the results of the bombings, which gave me a better image of the topic.
Some people would say that is cheating, but I think it says this isn't my first road trip," says Jeremy Povenmire, NAMA Bombers VP.
TERRORISTS HAVE BEEN A HOLLYWOOD STAPLE SINCE Hitchcock introduced the mad bomber in Sabotage (1936) and unleashed foreign sleeper agents on American landmarks in Saboteur (1942).
Air Force records show that at least a few bombers escorted by the red-tailed fighters of the Tuskegee Airmen were shot down by enemy planes, according to William E Holton, a historian of Tuskegee Airmen Inc.
What better word is there than chauvinism--"bellicose patriotism"--to describe 9/11 or the suicide bombers in London, Israel, and Iraq?
Hafez (Visiting Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Missouri, Kansas City) Manufacturing Human Bombs: The Making Of Palestinian Suicide Bombers is an insightful and chilling study of the Palestinian suicide bombers during the Al-Aqsa intifada that began in the year 2000 and continues to be a primary weapon among Islamic fundamentalists.
The Boeing Company announced it has received a $180 million Air Force contract to upgrade the radar system used by B-1B bombers to find and track their targets.