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mock
used in No Easy Day

10 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • Just like on the mock-up and pictures, there was a set of metal double doors with windows at the top.
    p. 218.7
  • The move may have helped feed the poor or fight cancer, but it brought on years of mocking from the East Coast teams.
    p. 28.9
  • I found the mock-up of Bin Laden's compound just outside the doors to the main briefing room.
    p. 160.1
  • Kneeling down to look at the mock-up, I studied the door leading into the guesthouse.
    p. 170.4
  • From my perch, sitting legs blowing in the breeze just outside the left door of the helicopter, I could see the life-size mock-up of Bin Laden's compound.
    p. 173.7
  • The level of detail on the mock-up was impressive.
    p. 174.3
  • He knew how to work his level and had a good handle on the politics in D.C. We were about to execute what was called a "rock drill," and everything from helicopter flight paths to the mock-up of the compound was present on the floor.
    p. 176.7
  • We were going to assault a mock compound so the VIPs could watch.
    p. 177.8
  • You seen the mock-up?
    p. 187.5
  • This is nice," he said, leaning over it to look closely at the mock-up.
    p. 187.6

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