bombard


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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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Yemen: Backed by UAE Armed Forces, Arab Coalition bombarded the Iran-backed Al Houthi fortifications in Al Jarahi, Tahita and Bait Al Faqih areas on Yemen's Red Sea coast, killing scores from the rebels who fled the battlefronts en masse.
They were bombarded with emails and phone calls from their constituents who were opposed to the UK being dragged into yet another bloody conflict at America's behest.
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.
One is constantly bombarded with images of "pitiful" and "whining" Black folk and "oh, so resourceful" white folks, who are usually represented taking dignified control over their lives, not waiting for government "hand-outs."
We are bombarded by advice about what to eat, yet how much focus is given to the how of eating?
(Harvard Business School Publishing), the authors Barry Nalebuff and Ian Ayres bombard us with a series of new ideas on how to put everyday activities into practice.
These are the tough questions that Georgians ought to consider when their ministers urge them to bombard Gov.
Today, he advocates an innovative lobbying approach to change the Scouts' policy: Rather than bombard the national board with threats, he says, fair-minded people should push to let local councils win independent authority to make up their own minds about the ban.
If the government gives him the go-ahead, the Florida entrepreneur is prepared to take 300 million pounds a year of thighs and drumsticks, breasts and wings, and bombard each piece with radiation equal to more than 30 million chest X-rays.
Born and raised in Worcester, she was the daughter of Edward and Florence (Brooks) Bombard.
Cosmic rays from outer space constantly bombard Earth.
Bombard, 32, of Leicester on July 9, 1914 at the Pondville Woolen Company on Mill Street in Auburn.
SNP activists have been ordered to bombard the media with Nat propaganda while pretending to be ordinary members of the public.
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.