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- Look up belligerent in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A belligerent is an individual, group, country, or other entity that acts in a hostile manner,...
- release the remaining issues as a separate series to be called Batman: Bellicosity, that was due in 2014, but to date, remains unreleased. Batman: The Widening...
- role in the noir gangster saga Gangs of W****eypur, where her role as the bellicose and foul-tongued wife of a gangster earned her a Filmfare award. In 2015...
- Operation Bellicose was an attack by Avro Lancaster bombers of the Royal Air Force on a German radar factory housed in the former Zeppelin Works at Friedrichshafen...
- The events preceding World War II in Europe are closely tied to the bellicosity of Fascist Italy, **** Germany, and Imperial ****an, as well as the Great...
- Phoenician-Carthaginians expanded inland towards the meseta; however, due to the bellicose inland tribes, the Carthaginians got settled in the coasts of the Iberian...
- from their zones. Moreover, the parti****nts' mounting antipathy and bellicose language served to confirm their su****ions about each other's hostile...
- later life. William was a figure of complex temperament, capable of both bellicosity and flamboyance. He did not marry nor have children, whichalong with...
- Israeli shipping, combined with the increased fedayeen attacks and the bellicosity of recent Arab statements, prompted Israel, with the backing of Britain...
- it considered censoring him. Unlike the European socialists who chose bellicose nationalism to anti-war internationalism, whose philosophical and political...