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Meanings and phrases
- the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written); barrage; outpouring; onslaught
- the heavy fire of artillery to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target; barrage; barrage fire; battery; shelling
- the act (or an instance) of subjecting a body or substance to the impact of high-energy particles (as electrons or alpha rays)
- an attack by dropping bombs; bombing
- Hungarian forces continued an artillery bombardment.
- The artillery bombardment began on 16 June.
- This led to greater artillery bombardment on behalf of Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin.
- The team must also do their bit to defend Hampshire against German aerial bombardment.
- Chiang also threatened the Tibetans with aerial bombardment if they worked with the Japanese.
- She had been converted in June 1777 into a vessel designed for shore bombardment.
- The shore bombardment was followed by a second air raid with incendiary bombs on July 19.
- The Royal Navy immediately designed a class of monitors, designed for shore bombardment, to use the turrets.
- In this period the village was subjected to a heavy bombardment and reduced to rubble.
- At 04.00 that morning the Germans began a heavy bombardment, and strong probing attacks were driven off.
- The current facade is in the Italian style, dating from 1747 when it was rebuilt after heavy bombardment.
- In July 1547, much of the city was destroyed by an English naval bombardment.
- What did not stop was the constant Allied artillery, naval bombardment and air attacks.
- On March 8, 1968, the beaches at Oron came under heavy Nigerian aerial and naval bombardment.
- Trained in air refueling and strategic bombardment operations with the B-47.
- Conducted worldwide strategic bombardment training missions and providing nuclear deterrent.