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  • 141 Precision bombing — is the desired skill of being able to bomb single buildings in a built up area, without causing any damage to the surrounding buildings, or the ability to place a bomb by air to within extremely accurate limits. Precision bombing was used by both …

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  • 142 Rescue of Giuliana Sgrena — The Rescue of Giuliana Sgrena was a covert operation by the Italian military secret service, SISMI, to rescue Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena from kidnappers in Iraq. After the successful retrieval of Ms Sgrena, on March 4, 2005, the car with… …

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  • 143 Maurice Matthews — Olympic medal record Men s Shooting Gold 1908 London Team small bore rifle Silver 1908 London Moving target small bore rifle Maurice Kershaw Matthews (June 21, 1889 – June 20, 1937) was a British sport shoo …

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  • 144 Wheel of death (Impalement arts) — The Wheel of Death, in the context of the impalement arts, is a classic moving target stunt sometimes performed by knife throwers. The thrower s assistant or target girl is secured to a larger circular target board that is free to spin about its… …

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  • 145 P-8 radar — Country of origin  Soviet Union Introduced 1950 Type Early Warning Ground Control Frequency …

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  • 146 track — 1. A series of related contacts displayed on a data display console or other display device. 2. To display or record the successive positions of a moving object. 3. To lock onto a point of radiation and obtain guidance therefrom. 4. To keep a gun …

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  • 147 Missile — For other uses, see Missile (disambiguation). A V 2 missile launch by the British during Operation Backfire. Though a missile may be any thrown or launched object, it colloquially almost always refers to a self propelled guided weapon system.… …

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  • 148 N-Strike — Nerf N Strike Type Toy gun Company Hasbro Country United States …

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  • 149 Operation Shed Light — Part of the Vietnam War Tropic Moon III B 57G aircraft with FLIR and LLLTV in nose …

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  • 150 BQM-74 Chukar — Role Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Manufacturer Northrop First flight …

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  • 151 atmosphere — atmosphereless, adj. /at meuhs fear /, n., v., atmosphered, atmosphering. n. 1. the gaseous envelope surrounding the earth; the air. 2. this medium at a given place. 3. Astron. the gaseous envelope surrounding a heavenly body. 4. Chem. any… …

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  • 152 F-104 Starfighter — infobox Aircraft name= F 104 Starfighter caption= A Fokker built, German owned F 104G in USAF markings in August 1979 type= Interceptor aircraft, fighter bomber national oigin = United States manufacturer= Lockheed designer= Clarence Kelly… …

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  • 153 General Dynamics F-111 — infobox Aircraft name= F 111 Aardvark caption= An F 111C of the Royal Australian Air Force with its wings unswept in 2006. type= Fighter bomber national origin = United States manufacturer= General Dynamics designer= first flight= 21 December… …

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  • 154 E-1 Tracer — infobox Aircraft name = E 1 Tracer type = Carrier AEW manufacturer =Grumman caption = E 1B Tracer designer = first flight = 17 December avyear|1956 introduced = avyear|1958 retired = avyear|1977 number built = 88 status = Retired unit cost =… …

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  • 155 HMS Warspite (03) — HMS Warspite (pennant number 03) was a Queen Elizabeth class battleship of the British Royal Navy. She was launched on 26 November 1913 at Devonport Royal Dockyard. She was, and is, one of the most famous and glamorous of names in the Royal Navy …

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  • 156 Gray Bat — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo Conservation status …

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  • 157 W. S. Merwin — William Stanley Merwin (born September 30 1927 in New York City) is an American poet. Merwin made a name for himself as an anti war poet during the 1960s. Later, he would evolve toward mythological themes and develop a unique prosody… …

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  • 158 Headshot — In computer gaming, a headshot is the projectile induced injury to the head of an enemy, often resulting in increased damage or instant death. It is most often attempted in sniping. Context Unreal Tournament , Call of Duty series , and Halo… …

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  • 159 Ross Macdonald — is the pseudonym of the American Canadian writer of crime fiction Kenneth Millar (December 13, 1915, Los Gatos, California July 11, 1983, Santa Barbara, California). He is best known for his highly acclaimed series of hardboiled novels set in… …

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  • 160 Fixed-gear bicycle — A fixed gear bicycle or fixed wheel bicycle, is a bicycle without the ability to coast. The sprocket is screwed directly on to the hub and there is no freewheel mechanism. A reverse thread lockring is usually fitted to prevent the sprocket from… …

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