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Now, let’s return to the trenches and talk about what’s going on up front.
Ranch owner Kevin Halverson, 70, spent the morning shoveling snow out of the trench.
I’m looking at a trench on part of a 7,500-acre ranch outside Big Timber, Montana.
As trenches flooded, bomb craters on the battlefield filled with muddy water and swallowed artillery, horses, and people.
If there are a half-dozen “Floridas,” one of them is sure to be Wisconsin, home to some of the closest elections and nastiest partisan trench warfare of the past decade.
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With rallies banned, opposition primaries declared “illegal,” and elections postponed, Hong Kongers are finding it ever more difficult to protest in a city that is falling deeper into trenches of authoritarianism by the day.
No word of the bombs and trench mortars I asked for six weeks ago, but the "bayonets" are coming in liberally now.
I asked him if that amounted to one shell per yard and he said the whole length of the trench was less than 100 yards.
The band took up a position in an old Spanish trench and played as the troops filed past along the beach.
The Anzacs are very much depressed to hear they are to get no more bombs for their six Japanese trench mortars.

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