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She reported on wars and revolutions around the globe, published dozens of elegant books exploring far-flung places and times and was regarded as perhaps the greatest travel writer of her time.
John Glenn, the third American to fly in space, veteran of two wars, former senator, is certainly a fine, honorable choice for such a biography.
Residents have claimed the abundance of helicopters is a source of nightmares and compared living beneath rotors to living in a war zone.
Tope Awotona didn’t intend to get his startup off the ground in the middle of a war zone.
Apple therefore banned the game and the two sides are now at war in federal court in California.
By the 1840s, the revolutionary war generation was gone, and Americans were becoming less and less interested in the sort of entertainment offered at the Peale museums.
Popeye’s, Chick-fil-A, and Boston Market kicked off a shade-laden Twitter war over chicken sandwiches in 2019.
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We are four veterans—one Navy helicopter pilot who flew missions throughout Europe and the Middle East, and three Marines who served in the same unit during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
As they gained traction in town, there was a bidding war, and they signed to Capitol Records.
The league may have also been fighting the last — or wrong — war.

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