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Catbirds are pretty vocal, but this guy was like an air raid siren, squawking up a storm.

A 50-year-old woman died Friday morning during an air raid from injuries she sustained running for shelter.

Its production lines had been converted to pump out air raid PA systems and scrambler telephones to support the war effort.

Among them was the neighbor who had insisted that the air raid shelter be searched for survivors.

Without an Iron Dome defense system, air raid sirens or even bomb shelters, people resign themselves to their fate.

Half an hour after I had returned to my old apartment from Jaffa, an air raid siren went off.

Better yet, listen to the piercing air-raid siren on Memorial Day and Holocaust Remembrance Day.

The shock of the first air-raid sirens giving way to a kind of numbness.

As we were putting them into the vans the signal came that an air raid was on.

But I had hardly got settled for sleep when the shrieking siren announced an air raid.

The peril of an air raid was forgotten as the ambulances rolled in from the north and east.

One night we were there during an air raid and didn't oven bother to get out of bed to look for a shelter.

Every time there was an air raid they strapped him on a plank and carried him down to the air raid shelter.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to air raid, such as: air attack, bombing run, air assault, air campaign, air strike, and bombing mission.

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