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shooting war         
FUTURE HISTORY WEBCOMIC AND GRAPHIC NOVEL BY WRITER ANTHONY LAPPÉ AND ARTIST DAN GOLDMAN
Shooting War (comics)
(shooting wars)
When two countries in conflict engage in a shooting war, they fight each other with weapons rather than opposing each other by diplomatic or other means. (JOURNALISM)
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Shooting War         
FUTURE HISTORY WEBCOMIC AND GRAPHIC NOVEL BY WRITER ANTHONY LAPPÉ AND ARTIST DAN GOLDMAN
Shooting War (comics)
Shooting War is a future history webcomic and graphic novel by writer Anthony Lappé and artist Dan Goldman. Originally published in 2006, the story is set in 2011 and features John McCain as the President of the United States.
shooting brake         
  • 1910 [[Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost]] Shooting Brake
  • A horse-drawn shooting brake in 1903 (photo from the New York Fish and Game Commission)
AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN ELEMENT
Shooting-brake; Shooting break
¦ noun Brit. dated an estate car.

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Shooting War
Shooting War is a future history webcomic and graphic novel by writer Anthony Lappé and artist Dan Goldman. Originally published in 2006, the story is set in 2011 and features John McCain as the President of the United States.
Examples of use of shooting war
1. "This is a shooting war and it needs to be properly resourced.
2. Dato Mohammad Ismael Khan quickly intervened and prevented what could have been another shooting war.
3. His aides worried that the United States could get involved in another shooting war, and the president backed off.
4. By Matthew Collin The shooting war for control of South Ossetia may have ended more than a decade ago, but the propaganda war has intensified in recent months.
5. If the current situation is allowed to fester, the risk is that some hotheads might turn a diplomatic spat into a shooting war.