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The news raised some ire on social media Thursday and may generate some flak in certain corners of conservative culture, but it’s not actually controversial, said Neil Saunders, managing director of retail at GlobalData in New York.
While Reed caught plenty of flak for his actions Saturday — in large part because of cheating accusations lodged against him in the past — McIlroy got the benefit of the doubt in the eyes of most observers.
Android gets a lot of flak for its inability to update every smartphone quickly, but that's based on smartphone standards.
I think for all the flak social media takes, people are not talking about that enough, which is that it is empowering kids to be creative in a more direct way than it has ever before done.
High Command in England thought the Germans might have come up with a new weapon as no flak or enemy fighters were seen.
It was a tough mission because the flak was so heavy and the other defenses were greater because the factories were important.
As one of the boys in the bomber crew had been hit in the knee by flak, he had it all wrapped up in bloody cloths.
I'll take you right down on top of them, and nuts to their flak fire.
DAVE DAWSON AT TRUKROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
Stan went straight toward the hill, flying low to keep out of the flak.
The Berlin defenders would depend upon flak, as fighters were useless against the fast Mosquitoes.

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