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Definition of the noun Ambushing
What does Ambushing mean as a name of something?
- An ambush.
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by Barry Davies
CATCHING SMALL GAME Ambushing is a useful way of taking small game, but a more reliable and less energyconsuming method is to catch them with snares and other forms of trap. Properly made,and effectively sited andset, they will dothe ...
No Love for the Litter Box? (2010)
Understanding and Curing House-soiling in Cats by Christine Hauschild
Litter box ambushing is a very popular sport among cats. Such ambushes work best with covered litter boxes, because the aggressor can stalk the other cat unnoticed in order to strike as soon as the victim leaves the box. It is also great fun to ...
by Linda E. Swayne
Predatory ambushing, a direct ambush activity, refers to an attack of an official sponsor by another corporation in order for the other corporation to financially benefit and to also confuse the public as to who the official sponsor is. The 1992 ...
by DK Publishing
FATAL STRIKE This rattlesnake hunts by ambushing its victims, striking with venomousfangs before devouring its stunned, ...
It hunted other fish, perhaps lying in wait on the seabed for its prey before ambushing. Like Dunkleosteus, it had a beaklike mouth, with sharp, bladelike edges to tear flesh off larger animals. Its fossils show that it had a powerful tail, suggesting ...
World Terrorism: An Encyclopedia of Political Violence from Ancient Times to the Post-9/11 Era (2015)
An Encyclopedia of Political Violence from Ancient Times to the Post-9/11 Era by James Ciment
Mountain groups of five to fifteen men engaged in guerrilla warfare in the Troodos mountains, ambushing military patrols and raiding remote police posts. Meanwhile, five-man groups carried out urban terrorist attacks, including street ...
by Rafis Abazov
The Turkmens frequently revolted and waged wars against foreign conquerors fighting back against regular armies, ambushing military and trade caravans and storming cities and towns. But in the end, the heroic tribal militia could not defeat ...
by Collins Dictionaries
ambulance ambulances NOUN avehicle fortaking sick and injured people to hospital ambush ambushes, ambushing, ambushed NOUN 1 asurprise attack VERB 2 ...
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1922)
a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm
Similar scenes followed the ambushing and murder of six constables at Rinneen, county Clare, on the 2Q.th. The infuriated police descended on the neighbouring towns of Miltown-Malbay, Lahinch and Ennisty- mon, set fire to certain houses ...
by Rod Preston-Mafham, Ken Preston-Mafham
Ambushing spiders, typified by the crab spiders, the Thomisidae, which sit motionless, often camouflaged, in an exposed situation such as a flower and wait for prey to come to them. (4) Web-building spiders, all of which build some form of ...
Dictionary of Terrorism (2004)
by John Richard Thackrah
Possible actions were attacks or raids on banks, radio stations and offices; burglaries of offices and government buildings; occupation of schools, factories and radio stations; ambushing of police, businessmen and army personnel; tactical ...
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Quotes about Ambushing
Hither, Thither, Wither
Where he goes
Ought not be tread
With contempt, treads
As if, else, no one will tread
Else, no one will tread. (Sanjay Mehta)
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Scrabble value of A1M3B3U1S1H4I1N1G2
The value of this 9-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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