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blitz

American football a defensive charge on the quarterback

Blitz

the. the systematic night-time bombing of the British in 1940--41 by the German Luftwaffe
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Last month the Telegraph and BBC's Coventry & Warwickshire radio had asked people for their views on plans to sound the air-raid sirens as part of this year's Blitz commemoration.
com), the leader in validating and testing applications and application-aware networks, today announced that Blitz has been integrated with the Atlassian development tool, Bamboo, a Continuous Integration (CI) server.
I know London suffered terribly and I have no objection to them getting coverage, however, it's always about Coventry whenever there is a programme about the Blitz.
Prior to joining Southwest Water Company in 2008, Blitz spent over 20 years at senior levels of major engineering and construction firms such as Earth Tech (then a Tyco company and now part of AECOM), Fluor, Raytheon Engineers & Constructors and Ebasco Services.
There was even a dapple of a zone blitz, and times with defensive end Bruce Davis dropping into coverage.
Hundreds of people died during the Blitz and this anniversary is a time to remember the victims.
The recharged NFL Blitz offers fans the opportunity to battle rivals 7-on-7, fight their way through the Blitz Gauntlet, or take over the online leaderboards in Blitz Battles.
RBC was founded by Robert Blitz, a 20 year veteran of major firms such as Ebasco Services, Inc.
With Gates out there, the Cowboys wouldn't have been so eager to blitz, and without the blitz Tomlinson gets the ball down near the goal line.
A dog that features a weak-side line slant and a Strong Safety Blitz.
But after the offending lines were removed, CRAY BLITZ started playing like a world champion again.