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We tell the Israelis, today, that if they bombard Beirut or the southern suburbs we will bomb Tel Aviv," the Shiite leader warned.
The television news media bombard Canadian viewers with special features about jazz, constructing the Big Easy as a pleasure-loving Mecca.
Does all of the chocolate overwhelm your senses as the sugars bombard your taste buds?
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.
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.