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Perhaps the main enemy for the Americans is a lack of big international tournament experience given that among their forwards only Anthony Davis played in the 2012 London Olympic Games.
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A helicopter buzzed overhead as some chanted "The main enemy is in the Kremlin.
The first is related to the Zionist enemy raid against Lebanon, which reminds the Lebanese that they have one main enemy that they should not take lightly fortifying Lebanon against; the second is challenging explosions -- a joint challenge that no party should be allowed to take the decision to confront through going to Syria (.
Those who call themselves 'anti-balaka' have become the main enemy of peace in the Central African Republic," General Francisco Soriano, the French Commander told Agence France Presse on Tuesday.
Although the UK and Germany were notional enemies at times (Red and Black respectively), the main enemy was Japan (Orange).
17 (Holiday films) With a name derived from the primitive Germanic verb "smugan," meaning to squeeze through a hole, the wicked, wolfish dragon is the main enemy in "The Hobbit" novel.
The Tea Party's main enemy in US politics is the far left of Obama's Democratic Party: The Workers World Party (WWP), a Stalinist group founded in 1959 (see Workers World in Google).
Second, we should not make a mistake in knowing the main enemy, who in the present time is global arrogance [meaning the West] and the criminal Zionist network.
They say the scandal has shown how the police see Bulgarian citizens as their main enemy.
He added that our main enemy is the Qaeda and Bth, not the Kurds nor the Sunnis or other minorities; we have to unite against our enemies.
Their main enemy, apart from slugs, is hellebore leaf spot, a fungal disease that attacks leaves, flowers and stems.