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Meanings and phrases
- a prisoner who is held by one party to insure that another party will meet specified terms; surety
- He was held hostage for 250 days and released on July 11, 1980.
- They are later held hostage by their parents' killer Blaine Varden.
- He was held hostage for eight days, and was then released unharmed.
- An additional forty seamen were not taken hostage.
- To make matters worse, Mrs Luo is later taken hostage.
- In Lodève the sub-prefect was taken hostage.
- Russian hostage crisis Russian hostage crisis might refer to:
- The Sect creates a hostage crisis at the German embassy in Japan.
- Also, Terry heads the hostage situation while having problems with the Vulture.
- She proves their point and everyone heads to the store to deal with the hostage situation.
- The president, who barely escaped the hostage situation, remains trapped in the unfinished bomb shelter.
- Operations include hostage rescue, armed standoffs and bomb disposal.
- Upon return in March 1980, the four planes soon found themselves in Egypt to support the ill-fated hostage rescue attempt.
- It is designed for SWAT and special forces teams in hostile situations, particularly counter-terrorism and hostage rescue operations.