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field of fire

[′fēld əv ′fīr]
(ordnance)
The area which a weapon or group of weapons may cover effectively with fire from a given position.
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Fields of Fire is not only a useful reference work for scholars, journalists and policy-makers, but should be invaluable for travellers who need to be alert to local sensitivities and possible personal threats.
But Webb has another twist to add--he wants to film Fields of Fire in Vietnam.
Webb wrote the screenplay for Fields of Fire, which he found somewhat easier than writing a novel: "A screenplay has its own architecture.
Webb's Fields of Fire had just been published, but there was no major non-fiction work out there.
Hopefully this two-CD collection of their highlights like Fields Of Fire (400 Miles), Chance and Look Away will restore their glory.
Darlington-based Mech-Tool has developed systems and tools during the course of the last 35 years, helping clients to achieve highly accurate designs and cost projections at the earliest stages of projects in the fields of fire and blast protection.
Stuart, who enjoyed a string of hits in the Eighties with songs like Fields Of Fire, In A Big Country and Chance, committed suicide on December 16, 2001.
They sold more than 10million records and notched up 17 top 30 hits, including In A Big Country and Fields Of Fire.
Feb 1983: Fields Of Fire (400 Miles)May 83: In A Big Country.
The band exploded onto the scene in 1983 with anthemic songs such as Fields Of Fire and In A Big Country which were culled from their classic debut album The Crossing which sold several million worldwide.
Formed after Stuart Adamson quit The Skids, Big Country immediately enjoyed chart hits but none were more evocative of the band's sound than Fields Of Fire, which reached No 10 in 1983
Songs such as Chance, In a Big Country, Fields of Fire are far, far to good never to be heard in a live show again.