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  • Kashkin had been in the north at Irun, at San Sebastian and in the abortive fighting toward Vitoria.
  • And then, on a lousy show like this, co-ordinating two chicken-crut guerilla bands to help you blow a bridge under impossible conditions, to abort a counteroffensive that will probably already be started, you run into a girl like this Maria.

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  • The project was aborted
  • abort the mission

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