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dummy run

n
a practice or rehearsal; trial run

dummy run

Any simulated firing practice, particularly a dive bombing approach made without release of a bomb. Also called dry run.
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dummy run

nProbe f; (of air attack)Übung f

dummy run

ngiro di prova
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West Midlands Police counter-terror o"cers released the new images of his dummy runs yesterday.
Dummy runs have already been held with almost identical times for the train and car, with drivers expected to arrive at Kidderminster at 12.
In FIFA 13 you will launch dummy runs, use the size and strength of your players to apply pressure and take advantage of your opponents' mistakes.
With grit and determination Acklam fought on with excellent tackling, passing and dummy runs to make their way through Redcar's back line.
I think this issue was a main concern for most people when the new hospital was first mentioned, and if I remember correctly, some councillors did do dummy runs to see how long the journey was, but I don't think they used scheduled bus routes.
A FORMER head of West Midlands Police Special Branch said last night that terrorists would have carried out dummy runs on the Underground before bombing London.
We have done dummy runs trying to second guess where the next coffin is going to be.
The prosecutor said Stuart Thornhill and his brother Ian, 53, were the leaders of the smuggling operation through a company called Equisave Ltd and that there had been more than a dozen actual or dummy runs importing the nuts from Brazil.
Dummy runs, false documentation and cover loads to give an aura of legitimacy were common themes in the plot, he added.
These short breaks might serve as dummy runs - a way to acclimatise your son to your absence by honeymoon time.
But Rotherham twice fooled the Shoguns with dummy runs which led to tries from player-coach Mike Schmid and centre Matthew Oliver.