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The man kicked him ferociously in the breast before the attacker managed to pinion the legs in his arms.
BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
The attacker is looking at his target with his eye (the top prism of the periscope) only a few inches above water-level.
THE STORY OF OUR SUBMARINESJOHN GRAHAM BOWER
The Pomona kept upon her course, while the white sails of the attacker grew fainter and fainter upon the horizon.
FAMOUS PRIVATEERSMEN AND ADVENTURERS OF THE SEACHARLES H. L. JOHNSTON
This time the unknown ducked his knobby head at the attacker.
THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
The lunge is so rapid that when I have observed it, I have been unable to discern whether the attacker bit its opponent.
ASPECTS OF REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PRAIRIE VOLE (MICROTUS OCHROGASTER)HENRY S. FITCH
The attacker's target will be smaller and fainter than the one he presents to the enemy.
INFANTRY DRILL REGULATIONS, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1911UNITED STATES WAR DEPARTMENT
With large forces, a direct frontal attack gives the attacker little opportunity to bring more rifles to bear.
INFANTRY DRILL REGULATIONS, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1911UNITED STATES WAR DEPARTMENT
Many forms of obstacles which would give an attacker little concern in the daytime become serious hindrances at night.
INFANTRY DRILL REGULATIONS, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1911UNITED STATES WAR DEPARTMENT
Before Ennis could whirl to meet him, the attacker's knife grazed down past his cheek like a brand of living fire.
THE DOOR INTO INFINITYEDMOND HAMILTON
Submarines, stationed on the route between the attacker's base and the objective, could patrol at periscope depth.
THE BLOCKING OF ZEEBRUGGEALFRED F. B. CARPENTER
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