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to direct a barrage at

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a large shawm

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cast, hurl, or throw repeatedly with some missile

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address with continuously or persistently, as if with a barrage

direct high energy particles or radiation against

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Summary: Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah stated Friday that Israel is no longer a nation that cannot be defeated and warned that if the Israeli army bombards Beirut or the southern suburbs Hizbullah will hit Tel Aviv.
Although Faith Lutheran launched its solar installation in 2011, with a 100-kilowatt array on the roof of a classroom and administrative building, the project blossomed in October when the school installed more than 900-kilowatts of SolarWorld solar panels on its student center, maintenance facility and atop a 341-space carport structure custom-engineered by Bombard Renewable Energy.
and Tobey Brinkmann and her husband, Bill, of Sterling; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; four brothers, Edward Bombard of Northboro, Donald Bombard of Worcester, Wayne Bombard of Spencer and Kevin Bombard of Worcester; and two sisters, Patricia Salvatore of Auburn and Sandra Murphy of Oxford.
Bombard was the Chief Executive Officer of Lenetix Medical Laboratory of Mineola, New York.
Bombard a letter in early July, 1914, warning him to stay away or "I will be compelled to bring the affair before the court.
SNP activists have been ordered to bombard the media with Nat propaganda while pretending to be ordinary members of the public.
This acquisition is a great fit with the work done by two of our other Las Vegas companies, Bombard Electric and Bombard Mechanical," said John Harp, president and chief executive officer of MDU Construction Services Group.
BOYLSTON -- Irene Mary (Garvick) Bombard, 81, of Boylston, passed away on Dec.
Using a particle accelerator to bombard a beryllium target with 100 billion krypton ions per second for about a week, Schatz and his colleagues produced exactly 11 nickel-78 nuclei.
E[acute accent]"It was exhilarating and we came away different people with a bigger appetite for adventure," E[acute accent]"The accommodations with Buddy Bombard are addictive and so is he; so funny and so knowledgeable - a consummate gentleman," said another.
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It goes like this: If any of these groups that bombard seniors with direct-mail solicitations can prove to Leaper that they're really spending the money on petitions to fight those evil Washington insiders trying to bankrupt and pry into the lives of the elderly, he'll double his contribution to them.
In IDI's unique approach to fusion, sound waves bombard a liquid to create tiny void "bubbles" or "cavities.
Marlboro looked to rally in the fifth as Jessica Acosta and Jen Bombard both singled.
Our aim is to strike at heavy weapons, which are of course what are used to bombard villages and kill people,'' said Jamie Shea, a NATO spokesman in Brussels, Belgium.