collective fire

collective fire

[kə′lek·tiv ′fīr]
(ordnance)
Combined fire of various small arms concentrated on a given target or area.
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Charles East senior Cody Mitchell said a collective fire in the belly ignited a 67-55 victory over red-hot West Aurora at the 26th Annual Jim & Sylvia Roberts Night of Hoops at Batavia on Saturday.
One former Pillay insider told Izindaba that the provincial Treasury had so little hands-on experience of healthcare worker payment that it had both incorrectly 'captured' doctors in new posts and, instead of the negotiated 22% rural allowance, paid them a mere R22.00 each, adding fuel to the collective fire. By the time of going to press most of the doctors had been paid and SAMA had withdrawn its interdict.
The Manics' collective fire dimmed noticeably on their last album Lifeblood.
* Installations that have the Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 can support CS/CSS units with collective fire direction and control tasks.
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