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It’s clear that this holiday season, retailers that win the delivery wars will win the holidays.

Cardoso took a position at the state-owned media agency, but left shortly before the post-independence civil war ended in 1992.

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Many of these men and women have spent decades avoiding questions about their service during the war, leading their children and grandchildren to stop asking.

Many packaging plants contained residual radium from creating machinery during the war, and the contamination was enough to ruin the X-ray plates.

After the war, Sparks returned to the Southwest and settled in Colorado, where he headed the state National Guard as a brigadier general.

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The feisty feminist in me has often warred with the longtime gamer in me.

That warred-over political geography lie at the heart of man and legend—and the nomadic Apache world.

Husbands and wives warred, ex-spouses sniped, children grew into adults, and partners fell out.

The younger children probably warred against school long before fourteen years of life gave them freedom.

For seven long years King Karl and his Franks warred in the peninsula.

In seeking to invade Spain, Charlemagne warred against a race from whom Europe had nothing more to fear.

Bitter-sweet recollections warred in heart and brain as he watched the beautiful and well-loved panorama.

As he proceeded on his way he felt a weight at his heart, and a thousand different ideas warred in his mind.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to warred, such as: differ, contend, shoot, shell, attempt, and clash.

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