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enemy and would
Had the situation been reversed, had, for instance, England been the enemy in 1898 because of issues of concern chiefly to New England, there is little doubt that large numbers of Southerners would have happily put on their old Confederate uniforms to fight as allies of Britain.
`` They straggle at such a rate '', he told the commander-in-chief, `` that if the enemy were enterprising, they might get two from us, when we would take one of them, which makes me wish General Howe would go on, lest any incident happen to us ''.
He concluded that selective service would not only prevent the disorganization of essential war industries but would avoid the undesirable moral effects of the British reliance on enlistment only -- `` where the feeling of the people was whipped into a frenzy by girls pinning white feathers on reluctant young men, orators preaching hate of the Germans, and newspapers exaggerating enemy outrages to make men enlist out of motives of revenge and retaliation ''.
But the real beginnings of this development in him go back to the opposing of grammar school, and probably if it had not been this occasion and these Latin lines it would have been some others, such as the first prolusion, that set off this streak in him of unbridled and scathing verbal attack on an enemy.
If this capacity had not failed them, they would see that their enemy has made a disastrous miscalculation.
If he were to go with White, he would be out there two days, not just listening in the dark at some point between here and Papa-san, but moving ever deeper into enemy land -- behind Papa-san -- itself.
With such a force of manned bombers we could bring enormous pressure to bear on an enemy, and this pressure would be selective and extremely discriminating.
Thus, an enemy would probably use this weapon for attack on static population centers such as large cities.
An important operational procedure in BW for an enemy would be to create an areosol or cloud of agent over the target area.
Let us assume that it would be possible for an enemy to create an aerosol of the causative agent of epidemic typhus ( Rickettsia prowazwki ) over City A and that a large number of cases of typhus fever resulted therefrom.
Ensign Vesole decided that he would not tarry until he heard the whispering of the bombs, and when night began to fall, he put Seaman 2/c Donald L. Norton and Seaman 1/c William A. Rochford on the guns and told them to start shooting the moment they saw an enemy silhouette.
Speaking of the present status of civil defense in the city, Mr. Hawksley said he would be willing to bet that not more than one person in a hundred would know what to do or where to go in the event of an enemy attack.
The information, he said, would have been of the highest value to a potential enemy.
In the thirties we would not face our enemy ; ;
With this derivation, the name would have a double meaning in the poem: When the hero is functioning rightly, his men bring grief to the enemy, but when wrongly, his men get the grief of war.
In addition, the asteroids rotated, a new enemy dubbed a killer satellite was added to the game, which would, when shot, break apart into three smaller ships that homed on the player's position.
Ajax would wield his magnificent shield, as Teucer stood behind picking off enemy Trojans.
If his kingdom lacked strongpoints to impede the progress of an enemy army, he would build them.
If the enemy struck from the sea, he would counter them with his own naval power.
A naval battle entailed a ship's coming alongside an enemy vessel, at which point the crew would lash the two ships together and board the enemy.

enemy and obviously
His critics maintained, however, that the proposal was directly aimed at Baugur which Davíð was, they said, obviously regarding as a political enemy.
Because Miller is asleep and obviously not alert, this brings the enemy sniper out of hiding to take a shot, but Beckett manages to shoot the sniper, first.
. This understanding, which included a recognition that Germany was the main enemy and that the major effort would be made initially in Europe, was obviously not applicable in the present situation.
Mere suspicion of a submarine threat can force a fleet to commit resources to removing it, as the consequences of an undetected enemy submarine can obviously be lethal.
From the point of view of the defence of the fatherland it would be a crime to enter into an armed conflict with an infinitely superior and well-prepared enemy when we obviously have no army.
The games he plays throughout the film revolve around this goal, most obviously in the scene with the postman, in which Manuk ’ s inadvertent assault on the hapless cyclist is the result of a game in which he imagines he is with his father attacking an unseen enemy.
Bolesław obviously refused his consent, so that the young prince took refuge at the court of Bolesław's long-time enemy, the Dukes of Greater Poland.
The Horseflies were obviously susceptible to enemy air attack and ground fire ; they also added radio traffic to an already overburdened network.
They tell all the workers of the sweatshop about Cholena ( obviously not by name ) and that she is their enemy.

enemy and choose
An enemy might choose an acutely debilitating microorganism, a chronic disease producer or one causing a high rate of lethality.
To journey to Athens, Theseus could choose to go by sea ( which was the safe way ) or by land, following a dangerous path around the Saronic Gulf, where he would encounter a string of six entrances to the Underworld, each guarded by a chthonic enemy.
: As for the Harii, quite apart from their strength, which exceeds that of the other tribes I have just listed, they pander to their innate savagery by skill and timing: with black shields and painted bodies, they choose dark nights to fight, and by means of terror and shadow of a ghostly army they cause panic, since no enemy can bear a sight so unexpected and hellish ; in every battle the eyes are the first to be conquered.
However, most air forces choose to augment airbase defense with surface-to-air missile systems as they are such valuable targets and subject to attack by enemy aircraft.
The reconnaissance provides the commander with a detailed picture of how the enemy has occupied the zone, enabling him to choose the appropriate course-of-action.
One side views the war as a necessary part of the Containment policy, which allowed the enemy to choose the time and place of warfare.
Privately Tirpitz acknowledged that a second risk existed: that Britain, seeing its growing enemy might choose to strike first, destroying the German fleet before it grew to a dangerous size.
Conversely, if the difference in price is near zero, but the more costly competitor would convey an enormous battlefield advantage through special ammunition, radar fire control and laser range finding, enabling it to destroy enemy tanks accurately at extreme ranges, military planners may choose it instead — based on the same cost effectiveness principle.
The computer AI's " strategy " is to constantly choose a random point in the enemy and move its cursor to it.
Stealth classes are capable of rendering themselves invisible to the enemy ; this offers an advantage in intelligence gatherering in RvR, and allows them to choose when to attack.
Eliminating all hostile forces is sometimes not the objective, and should the player choose to use up a great deal of his time combating the enemy, he would probably miss his main objective, such as ambushing a convoy.
Gameplay is open-ended ; the player may choose to attack enemy ships or towns, hunt pirates, seek buried treasure, rescue long-lost family members, or even avoid violence altogether and seek to increase his wealth through trade.
Rose claims that her male companion is her cousin and, since they are on the run, calls him Logan to conceal his identity ; though why she should choose the name of their enemy remains unexplained.
Separate from waypoints, units could be given individual orders such as " search and destroy ", " harass ", or " scout ", allowing them to choose their own targets, engaging and occupying the enemy while freeing up the player to work on more significant strategies / development.
Allowing the player to choose appropriate ordnance from a wide range of realistic armaments, the game set standards for realism and authenticity in military aviation simulations, and was noted for the convincing behaviour of AI controlled units such as enemy aircraft, SAM sites and radar stations.
As for the Harii, quite apart from their strength, which exceeds that of the other tribes I have just listed, they pander to their innate savagery by skill and timing: with black shields and painted bodies, they choose dark nights to fight, and by means of terror and shadow of a ghostly army they cause panic, since no enemy can bear a sight so unexpected and hellish ; in every battle the eyes are the first to be conquered.
The player can choose which character to use to combat each enemy robot.
Legacy of the Fallen was to have an entirely new cast of characters, five new mecha to choose from, six new onfoot weapons, five new mecha weapons, several new enemy aliens, and levels that played out more like Half-Lifes levels in structure.
Players may choose to attack an enemy or use a magic-based attack by selecting an appropriate " Synthesis Card " from their inventory.
For each battle, the players choose an enemy and swipe it in to fight against the hero.
Once a player has gained citizenship, they may choose between status as either a Civilian ( enemy town members can not attack you however monsters can attack ), or Combatant ( enemy and monsters can attack you ).
On the player's turn, he or she can move his character into position and choose to attack an enemy.
For a " difficult " person, traditionally choose an enemy, but avoid choosing a person who has just wrecked your life, unless you are very well grounded in awareness.

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