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Enemy

Amalekites
Israel’s hereditary foe and symbol of perpetual hatred. [Jew. Hist.: Wigoder, 24]
Antichrist
principal antagonist of Christ. [Christianity: NCE, 117]
Armilus
legendary name of anti-Messiah. [Judaism: Wigoder, 41]
Satan
also called the Adversary or the Devil. [Christianity: Misc.]
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Rostov wiping his muddy hands on his breeches looked at his enemy and was about to run on, thinking that the farther he went to the front the better.
To-morrow, according to all probability, we shall attack the enemy.
As he had foreseen, Lens had fallen into the hands of the enemy immediately after Raoul's departure.
Three things were especially urged upon the officers, who were to see that the soldiers observed them scrupulously: the first, that the different corps should so march that cavalry and infantry should be on the same line and that each body should protect its gaps; the second, to go to the charge no faster than a walk; the third, to let the enemy fire first.
The 'enemy' property refers to any property belonging to, held or managed on behalf of an enemy, an enemy subject or an enemy firm, Global Times reported while quoting Indian media on Thursday.
PC William Henry Leedham - killed evacuating area of a delayed action bomb in an enemy air raid, aged 36, on October 12, 1940.
He reiterated that the Iranian Armed Forces are fully prepared to decisively confront any adventurism by the enemy.
One of our soldiers, Sepoy Isra Khan and an East Pakistani volunteer, embraced shahadat due to enemy fire.
Choose an enemy that can generate more allies for you.
Government should devise a counter strategy with reference to such moves from enemy.
One new enemy given only a short amount of screen time is The Hound.
Let us have a look at some of his conclusions: "Having an enemy is important not only to define our identity but also to provide us with an obstacle against which to measure our system of values and, in seeking to overcome it, to demonstrate our own worth.