no-man's land


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no-man's land

[ˈnəʊmænzlænd] Ntierra f de nadie
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It proved a crucial save as Giroud handed Arsenal the lead with 13 minutes left after a deep free-kick from Cazorla caught Neuer in no-man's land, allowing the Frenchman to stoop to head into the empty net.
Thousands of refugees in the past few months have reached Europe and are currently stranded in no-man's land on borders.
Like Benn and his friend and ally Jeremy Corbyn, Mulhearn has provided a strong voice for Britain's working class, now left hanging on the barbed wire in no-man's land by new Labour's double-think hierarchy which aspires to become another Vichy Government to the Murdoch empire.
But hundreds remain in a rain-soaked no-man's land outside the border.
Security forces had strengthened the barricades along the Greek border, where the mainly Middle Eastern migrants have been stranded in a no-man's land for several days.
During the half-time break, Greta Owens, whose father Kannonier Max Wilms was in the German Artillery, led the crowd in the singing of Stille Nacht, Silent Night, which soldiers from both sides sang when they met in No-Man's Land at Christmas 1914.
Capt Chater also describes another meeting in no-man's land, writing: "We had another parley with the Germans in the middle.
The Christmas Truce embraces the humour and humanity on both sides as they sing carols, swap cigarettes for cigars, share Schnapps and play football in no-man's land together.
Lebanon has been mulling the establishment of refugee camps either in Syrian territories or in no-man's land in a bid to cope with crisis.
Four French journalists held hostage in Syria for nearly a year arrived in France on Sunday after they were found abandoned in no-man's land on the Turkish border.
Malala and her father helped several of the refugees from the no-man's land that separates the two nations to sanctuary in Jordan.
END of season parties always fall flat when they are held in February, but Newcastle are in danger of spending the next three months marooned in no-man's land.