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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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At the same time, however, the Russian bombers are reported to have caused alarmed the Turkish Air Force, with unofficial information saying that the Turkish military immediate flew two F-16 fighters to escort the Russian bombers.
Celts' forward Matthews and the Bombers' forwards, Conroy and Hughes, were being very effective in the key and the second period was similarly high scoring.
"Two suicide bombers intended to make their way inside a local police training center in Aryub Zazi district at around 8 a.m.
A global power requires a conventional bomber force that is aggressive, creative, and decisive.
"We found two severed heads on location and we can confirm that they are the suspected suicide bombers," police spokesman Nanan Soekarna told a press conference.
The President's FY2009 Budget also contains funding for only 56 operational B-52 bombers. While this action is in line with the Air Force's desire to reduce the B-52 fleet by an additional 20 bombers, it goes against the 2008 NDAA guidance to keep a B-52 force structure of 76 aircraft.
Albayalde said the PNP is not discounting this possibility, as no relative of the second bomber has surfaced to claim his remains, which could also pave the way for a DNA test.
Oscar Albayalde said on Monday that the PNP Crime Laboratory has already finished its investigation into the bombings, including on the identities of the two bombers. He, however, said the report would be submitted to the military, which would be tasked to release its results.
Security forces chased the two bombers during which another bomber detonated his vest while police killed the third attacker in Loralai Police Lines.
During the Cold War, the Soviet Union developed a series of remarkable strategic bombers, including the Tu--95 "Bear," Tu--16 "Badger," and Tu--22M "Backfire." The turboprop Tu--95, which first flew in 1952 (the same year as the B--52), is a direct descendant of the B-29/Tu--4 series of World War Il-era bombers and remains in service today.
The suicide bomber was identified by CTD police as Sadiqullah Mohmand, said to be Afghan national.
Police spokesman Ruwan Gunsekera said that DNA tests have also confirmed the identity of all the other suicide bombers as well.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Two Russian nuclear-capable strategic bombers arrived in Venezuela on Monday, a deployment that comes amid soaring Russia-US tensions.
Two US fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers in international airspace off the coast of Alaska on Friday.