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Suddenly a sniper would see some part of me showing, and would then let drive at me.
LETTERS OF LT.-COL. GEORGE BRENTON LAURIEGEORGE BRENTON LAURIE
Then a German sniper with his gun climbed up on the platform.
THE BLOT ON THE KAISER'S 'SCUTCHEONNEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS
Poor fellow, he was killed by a sniper near St loi on April 15.
THE DOINGS OF THE FIFTEENTH INFANTRY BRIGADEEDWARD LORD GLEICHEN
Dyer was caught by a sniper, and Tucker was hit in the leg by a machine gun bullet.
INTO THE JAWS OF DEATHJACK O'BRIEN
No time for a lad of his mettle to weary of well-doing; and he knew of a sniper worth adding to his bag.
NOTES OF A CAMP-FOLLOWER ON THE WESTERN FRONTE. W. HORNUNG
The sniper, however, would seem to have known of him, and in the ensuing duel took special care of himself.
NOTES OF A CAMP-FOLLOWER ON THE WESTERN FRONTE. W. HORNUNG
In the winter I have heard lamentations for the stray man killed by a sniper or a stray shell.
NOTES OF A CAMP-FOLLOWER ON THE WESTERN FRONTE. W. HORNUNG
An adjunct to this suit was the cloth cover for the sniper's rifle.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
The worst of it is the occasional sniper in the surrounding bush.
IN THE LINE OF BATTLEVARIOUS
I saw one woman sniper who had been caught by the New Zealanders.
IN THE LINE OF BATTLEVARIOUS
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