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** Axis air attacks damage Allied shipping off Sicily.
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** and Axis
** Axis & Allies: while playing as the Axis powers in campaign mode ( which has the Axis powers winning the war ), Operation Sea Lion is the mission following the failed invasion of Normandy.
** Article 8: property belonging to the Axis power of Germany must not be returned without permission of the Control Commission.
** 180 Axis aircraft attack an Allied convoy anchored in the harbor at Bizerte, Tunisia, but a smoke screen prevents them from scoring any hits.
** A partial translation of Prof. Yang Kui Songon's article on Axis History Forum: The Battle of Pingxinguan 1937
** Volume IV: The Destruction of the Axis Forces in Africa, Major-General I. S. O. Playfair, Brigadier C. J. C. Molony et al., 1966
** and air
** Atmospheric dispersion modeling, mathematical simulation of how air pollutants disperse in the ambient atmosphere
** Diego and Jaquez in The Castle of Otranto – they appear to talk about random things, and argue foolishly with each other in order to lighten the air of the novel.
** In the Star Trek: Enterprise episodes " Demons " and " Terra Prime " ( both 2005 ) it is revealed that Mars is in the process of being terraformed by use of the Verteron array which redirects comets to crashland on the planet's surface ; by 2155 the atmosphere had been sufficiently altered so that, in the lowlands, Humans could breathe the air unassisted, though temperatures were still cold enough to require thermal gear.
** The terrestrial region, according to Aristotle, consisted of concentric spheres of the four elements — earth, water, air, and fire.
** The open flute family, in which the player's lips form a stream of air that goes directly from the players lips to the edge, such as transverse flutes and end-blown flutes.
** The closed flute family, in which the musical instrument has a channel to form and direct the air stream over an edge.
** Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones become the first to circumnavigate the Earth in a hot air balloon.
** In 1999, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization ( NATO ) led by the United States launched air attacks against Yugoslavia ( then composed of only Serbia and Montenegro ) to pressure the Yugoslav government to end its military operations against ethnic Albanian separatists in Kosovo due to accusations of war crimes being committed by Yugoslav military forces working alongside nationalist Serb paramilitary groups.
** An air crash in Indonesia ( likely caused by smoke rising from numerous forest fires in the area ) kills 235 people ( see Garuda Indonesia Flight 152 ).
** The Japanese Navy launches an air raid on Trincomalee in Ceylon ( Sri Lanka ); the Royal Navy aircraft carrier and Royal Australian Navy destroyer are sunk off the country's East Coast.
** and attacks
** In Cologne, Germany, Walter Seifert attacks students and teachers in an elementary school with a flamethrower, killing 10 and injuring 21.
** Internal conflict in Peru: On the eve of presidential elections, Maoist guerrilla group Shining Path attacks a polling location in the town of Chuschi, Ayacucho.
** The Union of Peoples of Angola, led by Holden Roberto, attacks strategic locations in the north of Angola.
** Three SCUDs and one Patriot missile hit Ramat Gan in Israel, injuring 96 people ; 3 elderly people die of heart attacks.
** On the anniversary of Kristallnacht, tens of thousands of protestors demonstrate against attacks on immigrant workers.
** WWII: In response to Germany levelling Coventry 2 days before, the Royal Air Force begins to bomb Hamburg ( by war's end, 50, 000 Hamburg residents will have died from Allied attacks ).
** Rome and Vienna airport attacks: Abu Nidal terrorists open fire in the airports of Rome and Vienna, leaving 18 dead and 120 injured.
** Colombia's cocaine traffickers declare " total and absolute war " against the government and begin a series of bombings and arson attacks.
** Jamestown: The president directs the fort to be strengthened and armed against the many attacks of the natives: " Hereupon the President was contented the Fort should be pallisadoed, the ordinance mounted, his men armed and exercised, for many were the assaults and Ambuscadoes of the Savages ..." Smith, Proceedings ( Barbour 1964 )
** Hasdrubal Barca, Carthaginian general who has unsuccessfully attempted to sustain Carthage's military ascendancy on the Spanish peninsula in the face of Roman attacks
** Severely damaged during the September 11, 2001 attacks, this building in lower Manhattan has since been completely restored.
** In " You Can't Do That on Television, Peter ", Peter tries to do the routine with a puma, but it viciously attacks him, leading Meg to try and save him.
** On Poetry, a Rhapsody ( contained explicit attacks on George II, as well as many of the " dunces ", resulting in arrests and prosecution.