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see guerrilla warfareguerrilla warfare
[Span.,=little war], fighting by groups of irregular troops (guerrillas) within areas occupied by the enemy. When guerrillas obey the laws of conventional warfare they are entitled, if captured, to be treated as ordinary prisoners of war; however, they are
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What does it mean when you dream about being underground?

A dream of being underground may indicate that the dreamer has subconscious issues that have been kept under wraps. Going down under to retrieve them shows a readiness to bring them back up to the surface.

underground

[¦ən·dər¦grau̇nd]
(engineering)
Situated, done, or operating beneath the surface of the ground.

underground

Below grade or ground level, as underground drain lines or cables.

underground

1. 
a. a movement dedicated to overthrowing a government or occupation forces, as in the European countries occupied by the German army in World War II
b. (as modifier): an underground group
2. an electric passenger railway operated in underground tunnels
3. 
a. any avant-garde, experimental, or subversive movement in popular art, films, music, etc.
b. (as modifier): the underground press
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Dismantling the existing aboveground lines in the region and reselling pylons, cables and electric parts would help fund any supplementary or additional cost above the $40 million which is requested in the draft law," said Noujaim.
Hashemi aboveground dry weight reduced significantly when grown with BYG, but in Deylamani cultivar, aboveground dry weight did not significantly decrease in different rice: BYG mixture proportions (table 1).
There are limitations to standardized aboveground test procedures, including the subjective nature of the rating system and lack of accurate methods for detecting and measuring the extent of decay, particularly incipient decay.
Bakhtin's position that aboveground cultural assertions will inevitably be appropriated to support the interest of the dominant class conflicts with his notion of dialogic interpretation itself.
Groundline depletion tended to be more severe than aboveground loss in both plots.
Rather, they altered their aboveground morphology by increasing stem elongation and branching.
Plus, these designs do not utilize aboveground space and can be constructed under parking lots.
A tele-machine is an underground machine controlled through an aboveground operator using a broadband communication network.
The June issue of the Crusader also marked the first time that the periodical identified itself "as the official organ of the ABB, signifying a changeover of the Brotherhood to an aboveground organization.
In the drug-suffused soil, all three crops absorbed substantial amounts of chlortetracycline into their aboveground tissues, the researchers report in the November-December Journal of Environmental Quality.
The selection included ten "joke" paintings, their punch lines silk-screened on uninflected monochrome canvas, woven through cartoonish sketches, or drippily stenciled on somber neutral backgrounds; a few ink drawings, redrawn from the New Yorker; one "nurse" painting; and seven color photos from the "Upstate" series, 1995-99, most depicting a neglected item of suburban banality--an aboveground swimming pool, a basketball hoop, a median divider.
The first refinance helped pay for a balcony off the master bedroom, an aboveground spa, finishing the landscaping, outdoor ceiling fans and backyard lighting.