Examples of ammo in a Sentence
The soldiers ran out of ammo.
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Other images include Loughner’s gun, ammo, knife and other possessions, as well as victims’ personal items.
The first draft of its video, which was never released publicly, lays it on thick with its camo-and-ammo imagery and the singer pulling a hand grenade with her teeth and lobbing it at Dubya.
The industry: For every 10,000 Idahoans, 40.05 work in the gun-and-ammo manufacturing industry — about 6,800 people in all.
With another first-round pick (No. 22) and five of the first 65 selections, Buffalo has the combination of motivation and ammo to make a big move and jump the likes of the Browns, Broncos and Jets for the passer of its choice.
The decapitated body of a 26-year-old woman was found Saturday afternoon near a survivalist bunker loaded with guns and ammo in northwest Washington, and police say a person of interest in the case may be heading for California.
Bullet Blocker says its backpacks ($225-$490) can stop .357 and .44 Magnum rounds, 9 mm bullets and .45-caliber hollow-point ammo and more.
Most of us have moved on to the Dolphins not getting a quarterback in the NFL draft now that the Jets hopped to the third spot and the Bills, with the 12th pick, loom with ammo to move ahead of the Dolphins’ 11th pick.
Near the headless corpse, investigators discovered a bunker dug into a hillside containing supplies, guns and ammo.
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First Known Use: 1911See Words from the same year
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