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Synonyms for blitzkrieg

a swift advance or attack

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Synonyms for blitzkrieg

a swift and violent military offensive with intensive aerial bombardment

fight a quick and surprising war

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Smith's 20-horse operation was up against the power firms of Godolphin and Coolmore, but Seb Sanders got a great run up the rails on Blitzkreig in the Autumn Stakes, a race which had seen earlier success for the likes of Nashwan and Nayef.
It comes in three CD variations which provide a choice of live support - Blitzkreig and The Prince, The Small Hours and Killing Time or Last Caress / Green Hell, all recorded in New York last year.
Making a blitzkreig start has been an aim of Warren Gatland's men, and there have been concerns over whether the Wallabies, who haven't played any warm-up matches, will be ready.
His next assignment, the Victor Chandler Chase, represented by far the toughest assignment of his new career, as he faced fully fledged, more experienced chasers of the calibre of Josh Gifford's Deep Sensation, Martin Pipe's Cyphrate and the Edward O'Grady-trained Blitzkreig.
But this encounter was decided in a blitzkreig, 24minute third set where the Scot appeared to lose concentration as the Chilean broke his service three times.
It sounds ludicrous now, yet that was the extent of the optimism, the effect the new brand of blitzkreig football was having on the public.
Former jockey Vince Smith enjoyed a red-letter day in his new training career as Blitzkreig gave him a first Pattern-race success in the skybet.
Ian Summers, Aberdeen, said: "When the Germans scored, I was expecting the usual blitzkreig but it was as if they were happy to settle for a 1-0 win.
BLITZKREIG Rangers bombed out Dundee 7-1 in double quick time last night at Dens Park.
TIGER WOODS, 21, golfer: He hit the golfing world like a blitzkreig, sending the game's popularity soaring.
Edward O'Grady, trainer of Shazand, has the best record of any trainer represented in the race, although it is 19 years since Blitzkreig gave him his second win.
The Wasps veteran bristled at suggestions the home side would not be able to live with a blitzkreig Welsh approach at Headquarters.
It's a blitzkreig strategy, day after day,' said one Tory MP supportive of the leadership.
It was this anecdote that jumped up to beg in the memory watching Friday night's blitzkreig on Baghdad,dubbed by the Americans the ``shock and awe offensive''.
He would know of Blitzkreig - the destructive bombing of Warsaw which destroyed the city; of how the Germans would have invaded England if they had won the Battle of Britain - which they didn't because they only bombed our airfields - and how they then transferred the bombing to the cities to break the British people so we would sue for peace.