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bombarde

(ˈbɒmˌbɑːd)
n
(Instruments) an alto wind instrument similar to the oboe or medieval shawm, used mainly in Breton traditional music
[French, from bombard, in the sense of booming sound]
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Pretextant se proteger contre un tir de missile anti-aerien en provenance de Syrie, l'aviation israelienne aurait bombarde, ce mardi soir, des sites situes non loin de la capitale syrienne.
Les operations russes ont toutefois continue fin novembre, Moscou a notamment annonce avoir bombarde des positions "terroristes" dans l'enclave d'Idleb, le dernier grand bastion rebelle en Syrie.
Des avions de combats israeliens ont bombarde mercredi le domicile d'un haut responsable du Hamas, Mahmoud al-Zahar, vide au moment de l'attaque, ont annonce des responsables israeliens au neuvieme jour de l'operation visant a faire cesser les tirs de roquettes contre Israel.
Ces nouvelles ont signale que deux avions militaires egyptiens ont bombarde la base de missiles et tue quatre elements du djihad.
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The Bombarde Organ stops are pounds 25 per pipe, while the Tuba Magna, Trompette Militaire and 64ft Resultant Bass are pounds 50 each.
The band began only a year ago and features guitarist Chris Green, singer Lorna Roden, fiddle-player Emily Sanders plus Jude Rees on oboe, bombarde, recorder and flute.
(25.) Cronaca, 461: "La donna, propria virago, ando ne la rocha e gionta fece meter a ordine bombarde e trar ne la terra, dicendo che de figlioli ne facesseno come li pareva, ma che li avixava che quelli erano nipoti del duca de Milano et che lui ben faria vendete del tutto e, quando manchasse, che lei era gravida et che la sperava de haver herede, che faria le lhor vendete; fu, come ditto."
What happened, how it happened, and who made it happen are questions that are constantly posed but never answered directly, as if to signify all the more their poignancy and complexity: "Tout est bombarde, tout est bombarde, meme la peur." Une memoire pour l'oubli (Eng.