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Battle of the Alamo
used in Cujo

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Definition
1836 battle of the Texas Revolution for independence from Mexico in which Santa Anna captured The Alamo (a fortified mission in San Antonio); about 200 Texans were killed including Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie; Texans went on to win the war with the battle cry "Remember the Alamo"
  • He'd see it in terms of the captain deserting the sinking ship ahead of the women and children, giving up the Alamo, every stereotype you can think of.
  • The old man sees the Zingers thing as a replay of the Alamo — we're the good guys standing on the battlements, standing by to repel the boarders.

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