warzone


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warzone

(ˈwɔːˌzəʊn)
n
(Military) an area where a war is taking place or there is some other violent conflict
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A Justice Department spokesman confirmed that securing a conviction will depend on the availability of reliable evidence, which will be be difficult to obtain from a warzone like Syria.
Sustaining their hot streak will be the order of battle when Petron, F2 Logistics and Cignal march to warzone in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix today at the Filoil Flying V Centre.
Travelling with no mobile phone for contact or GPS, Benedict was eventually located and brought back from the tribal warzone by helicopter, whereupon it was discovered that he had been battling malaria and dengue fever.
By-election is not a warzone but it can definitely send some signals to the government of the day,' he said.
"Warzone," which will come out on October 19, will revisit songs penned by Ono since 1970, concluding with "Imagine," her seminal pacifist anthem with her late husband John Lennon.
Witnesses described the scene as like a "warzone" with people "screaming and battering each other in the street."
Watch the news, and Israel might look like a permanent warzone, viewed through the lens of its conflict with the Palestinians and treated as Europe's compensation for the Holocaust.
The quality of a journalist's work can also be compromised in a warzone, explained Joumaa.
Meanwhile, troops are continuously conducting clearing operations in the warzone, Armed Forces of the Philippines chief Gen.
Teenager Awita Zera fled a warzone three years ago and is now off to university BRILLIANT.
The film Whiskey Tango Foxtrot tosses Tina Fey (of SNL and 30 Rock fame) into a warzone, as reporter Kim Baker, a desk jockey turned adrenaline junkie.