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Example Sentences for "guerrilla"

Over 800 people have been killed in the guerrilla war this yearGovernment soldiers suffered heavy losses in battles with guerrillas in the area around the village.

Over 800 people have been killed in the guerrilla war this year.

Government sources report that the guerrilla forces have been driven back into the hills.

Many former guerrilla fighters became important figures in the Sandinista government of Nicaragua following the fall of the Somoza regime.

Guerrilla tactics generally involve flexible attack operations and various terrorist methods.

Drug traffickers are believed to be working with Marxist guerrillas in Colombia.

The only weapons the guerrilla forces had were those that were handmade, captured from the enemy or supplied from abroad.

The North Vietnamese used guerrilla warfare to undermine the superior military strength of the Americans.

The government has attacked a number of guerrilla bases in the countryside in an effort to gain the upper hand.

Reports from the countryside suggest that villagers are feeding and aiding the guerrillas in their fight against government troops.

Henry Kissinger once said that the conventional army loses if it does not win, but the guerrilla wins if he does not lose.

Fidel Castro established a socialist government in Cuba after a long guerrilla war.

The military government is losing its battle against pro-democracy guerrillas, and appears ready to negotiate.

In December 1946, Vietminh guerrillas attacked French troops in Hanoi.

Guerrilla forces led by Pol Pot took over Cambodia in 1975.


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