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Russia’s bellicose response suggests there can be no reset with NATO.
IN RUSSIA, TOUGH NEW LAWS AND STEPPED-UP DEFIANCE ABROAD MARK PUTIN’S SHIFT TOWARD UNFETTERED CONTROLROBYN DIXONDECEMBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Amazon’s and Roku’s distribution disputes with NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia have been the most explicit examples yet of streaming’s bellicose state of play.
THE STREAMING WARS HAVE ESCALATED OVER TURF GRABSTIM PETERSONAUGUST 26, 2020DIGIDAY
"Honey swat key Molly pants," returned Mr. Pottle with a touch of bellicosity.
THE SIN OF MONSIEUR PETTIPONRICHARD CONNELL
The other day the first sergeant, a theologian of a wholly unsuspected bellicosity, called upon the squad leaders to report.
ATLANTIC CLASSICS, SECOND SERIESHENRY C. MERWIN
Madame de Pompadour had just procured for herself a support in her obstinate bellicosity.
A POPULAR HISTORY OF FRANCE FROM THE EARLIEST TIMESFRANCOIS PIERRE GUILLAUME GUIZOT
It is an irony of history that Serb bellicosity and nationalistic dreams gave rise to the modern Albanian state.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
We opine that there is more bellicosity than science among your highbrows.
GREENMANTLEJOHN BUCHAN
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