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Example Sentences for "raid"

We paused the video to raid the fridge for beer and munchiesThe army is planning a raid on the enemy's headquarters tomorrow morning.

We paused the video to raid the fridge for beer and munchies.

Police seized over 10 pounds of cocaine in a raid on a house in Seattle.

The kids have been raiding the fridge again, and there is nothing left to eat.

Police seized 10 kilograms of high-grade cocaine in a raid on an illegal lab this morning.

Soldiers raided the enemy's position, and captured over 50 prisoners.

The children got up in the middle of the night to raid the cookie jar, but found it empty.

Rebels made a surprise raid on the capital, but were turned back by government forces after a brief battle.

Musician John Lennon was born in Liverpool, England during an air raid by the Germans in World War Two.

Over 100 people have been killed in a bombing raid against the rebel camp.

The bank raid netted thieves over $100,000 in cash.

One man is in hospital after police mistakenly raided the wrong house while searching for a drug lab.

The Vikings raided the village and made off with a number of young women.

Government offices have been raided by police looking for evidence linking public officials to organized crime.

The leader of the rebels was killed during a raid by government troops.

From July to September 1940, the German airforce conducted a series of air raids against England in preparation for a German invasion of Britain.

Horse thieves raided the farm and stole over 20 of the finest horses.

The Great Wall of China was built to protect the country from enemy raids.

The attempted raid against the tourist resort by terrorists resulted in over 20 deaths.

During the 1950s, many American families built air raid shelters to protect against a nuclear attack by the Soviet Union.

Over 50 enemy planes were destroyed on the ground during the raid by our forces.

Police raided a farmhouse where the terrorist leader was believed to be hiding, but found nothing.

The children raided their friends' snow fort with handfuls of snowballs.

In 1658, Paris police raided a monastery and sent twelve monks to jail for eating meat and drinking wine during a religious holiday.

Certain kinds of ants raid the nests of other ant tribes, kill the queen, and kidnap many of the workers, which then become their slaves.

In eighteenth-century English gambling dens, there was an employee whose only job was to swallow the dice if there was a police raid.

Rome was founded in 753 B.C., but in 410 A.D. it was raided by the Goths, and the Empire began to collapse.

Between 800 and 1000 B.C., Vikings from Norway raided and occupied many parts of Europe.

During the period of the Old Kingdom, Egypt raided Nubia for slaves and natural resources.

Years ago, native people in Papua New Guinea went on regular head-hunting raids on enemy villages.

The first recorded Viking raid took place in 793, when the English monastery of Lindisfarne was attacked.

In March of 1969, the London home of George Harrison was raided by police, and the Beatles' guitarist was arrested for possession of marijuana.

The British Air Force dropped their first bombs on Berlin in an overnight raid in August of 1940.

The enemy had planned a raid on the air base.

The police raided the house early Sunday morning and found $25,000 worth of stolen computer equipment.


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