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warpath

the route taken by North American Indians on a warlike expedition
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She said that the government was on a warpath with the media as censorship was at its peak.
Meanwhile, Godolphin's On The Warpath was a convincing winner of the Longholes Handicap earlier on the card.
Prescott on the Warpath On The Warpath looks a colt who could have quite a big future after overcoming a penalty with something to spare in the 7f novice event, and history suggests his future might lie in foreign climes.
The implications of Brexit could devastate the economy, Islamist extremists are on the warpath, thousands of buildings across the country are clad in kindling, Kim Jong-un and Trump may well nuke us all.
IT'S interesting to note the great and good of Moseley are on the warpath because Boston Tea Party, Costa Coffee and Pizza Express have been given the green light to set up shop in their precious 'village'.
And Sharon is on the warpath, vowing never to forgive Ian for what he's done.
Islamabad -- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will visit Karachi on Monday (today) to discuss a host of issues including the Rangers policing powers issue with the provincial government, which has recently been on warpath with the centre over alleged interference in its internal domain.
But there is little that can be done after the midges have been on the warpath. "All we can hope for is that the weather will turn a little colder - then they'll stop their tricks," said one doctor.
While Violet is on the warpath thanks to news about the running of Downton Hospital, those below stairs discover social changes are endangering their futures.
Then pregnant Shabnam can't feel her baby move Coronation Street Last week, Callum's gang gave Jason a vicious beating, and now the mechanic's dad is on the warpath. Tony drags Callum into the ginnel and gives him a thrashing.
And he could be coming down a warpath we would never expect.
Civil servants have gone on the warpath after Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said taxing their retirement bonus was under consideration as part of the Troika-imposed economic adjustment programme.