Examples of combatant in a Sentence
Britain was a main combatant in World War II.
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Just six of the 109 combatants disarmed in Bangui in September for the pilot project were women.
The United Nations says that since 2014, the war has killed more than 10,300 people, including combatants on both sides and civilians, and forced an additional 1.5 million from their homes.
This disrupts some of the fun of PUBG, which uses vehicles as both a getaway device and an organic moth-to-flame system for getting combatants to find each other.
As did another combatant who loves that novel, Sen. John McCain.
At least that's the thought process for the head coaching combatants involved in the Friendswood-Clear Springs matchup unfolding at 7 p.m., Friday at Friendswood's Henry Winston Stadium.
The 5-foot-10 combatant talks St. Edward High School, Dolph Ziggler, Nemeth brothers, being a chubby kid, getting started in wrestling, JAG, JT Lightning and more.
Beneath the wooden floor of the arena was an extensive underground network of tunnels and passageways that were filled with animals and combatants that could be hoisted up theatrically into the arena at the appropriate moment.
Among the dozens of witnesses interviewed are Vietnamese combatants and civilians from both sides. 8 p.m.
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