frontal attack


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frontal attack

An air interception that terminates with a heading crossing angle greater than 135°.
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How will a probe to check if the official version on the death of a person is correct be a frontal attack on the judiciary?
He said in accordance with the President's order, the military did not conduct a frontal attack on the mosque to avoid destroying it.
While Kanhaiya is out on interim bail and has already launched a frontal attack on the Narendra Modi-led government, Umar and Anirban still remain in custody.However, this new faux pas by Google is likely to rattle the peace that finally seemed to have descended on the controversy-laced varsity.
Claudia starts a frontal attack against corruption, drug gangs and impunity and does what everyone had hitherto held to be impossible: she arrests former dictator Efrain Rios Montt on charges of genocide.
In 2015 started the frontal attack of the entire complex by woodcutting the high trees in order to prepare for the construction of the two new faculties!
The consultation on the Freedom of Information Act, being undertaken by an "independent commission" appointed by the Government, is a full frontal attack on these principles.
No clever manoeuvring was possible, so frontal attack was the only alternative, after artillery bombardment.
After the notification was issued, Kejriwal had launched a frontal attack on the Centre, accusing it of "back-stabbing" the people of the city by "siding" with the Lt Governor to run Delhi through "backdoor" and protect the corrupt.
Nasrallah boasted the bravery of his fighters who launched a frontal attack rather than an aerial one like the Israelis.
Leading his company, he launched a frontal attack and succeeded in driving the enemy out of its fortified trenches by dusk on December 3.
"We'll resist pressure to apply this charter to our schools as a frontal attack on the church," he told Catholic News Service Sept.
The Chancellor is tinkering around the edges with the rich, but it's a full frontal attack on the unemployed, sick, old and disabled.