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below ground

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in hiding

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subterranean

avant-garde

the underground: the tube

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the underground: the Resistance

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located or operating beneath the earth's surface

a clandestine organization of freedom fighters in an oppressed land

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Synonyms for underground

a secret group organized to overthrow a government or occupation force

an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city)

under the level of the ground

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conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods

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From the preceding sections, it would seem that terrorism and/or guerrilla warfare could be used as specific tactics, either as the main method of warfare, or as part of a broader insurgency, or as preliminary methods to an insurgency.
THE architect of modern guerrilla warfare, Michael Collins, changed the course of Irish history.
In Colombia, we met Juan Mario who has repeatedly moved his Camp Kajuyali to escape the threats of guerrilla warfare, drug traffickers, and the eruption of a volcano.
The resource-rich province is home to growing calls for independence and the Free Aceh Movement has increased its guerrilla warfare against the central government in its fight for the establishment of an Islamic state.
Some 2 million rallied in Bogota for an end to guerrilla warfare that has plagued the country since the 1960s.
FORMER TUPAMARO REBEL LEADER JOSE MUJICA (above) pioneered urban guerrilla warfare in Uruguay back in the 1960s.
Back in the early 1990s, the practice of outing public figures surfaced among gay activists as a way to wage a type of guerrilla warfare on the nation's power elite.
The results were published in 1960 by the Ministry of the Armed Forces as Guerrilla Warfare.
Often, backlash against the papers takes the form of guerrilla warfare.
The oldest form of fighting is guerrilla warfare, which requires the least amount of training.
Southern Command in the Republic of Panama, who later became NATO Supreme Allied Commander, chose Garcia as one of his key advisors on terrorism and guerrilla warfare in Latin America.
The report also claimed that RAW has been recruiting young Baloch students and training them in guerrilla warfare to create trouble there.
FIGHTING cancer is like guerrilla warfare, scientists claimed yesterday.
There are essays covering revolution, counterrevolution, guerrilla warfare, terrorism, and associated political, cultural and social issues--and maps for different campaigns to accompany and clarify the photos and text history.
In the first film tonight we see how some of them were eventually trained in guerrilla warfare at a stately home in West London.