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gunfire

[′gən ‚fīr]
(ordnance)
Use of artillery, rifles, and small arms as distinguished from the use of bayonets, swords, torpedoes, and bombs.
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The Worcester Police Department is committed to ShotSpotter's best practices in our use of the technology and gunfire data.
There are also reports of gunfire from a number of other parts of the capital, the report said.
Geagea disclosed during the press conference that preliminary information showed the probability that the gunfire came from one sniper or more.
We really need to put an end to celebratory gunfire.
An official in the mayor's office of Mexican border city Reynosa has confirmed that a Mexican League baseball game was suspended after gunfire broke out around the stadium, according to AP.
The armoured car ofAaa prominentAaIranian opposition leader, Mehdi Karroubi, was hit by gunfire in the northern town of Qazvin, his party's website reported on Friday.
Summary: Gunfire and explosions were reported Friday inside a mosque near military barracks in Pakistan's garrison city of Rawalpindi, which neighbors the capital Islamabad, police said.
The insurgent ambush involved two roadside bombs, gunfire and rocketpropelled grenades.
A 12-YEAR-OLD boy trick-or-treating with his family in the US was shot dead and his father and brother wounded as gunfire erupted from inside a house.
A Georgian policeman was killed by gunfire close to a Russian checkpoint near South Ossetia, officials said yesterday.
Celebratory gunfire is not only unsafe - it is against the law.
Burbank Police Officer Gregory Campbell recalled a hail of gunfire, soft rain and helicopter searchlights as he lay wounded in the same parking lot where fellow Officer David Pavelka was killed by men prosecutors say were connected with the Vineland Boys gang.