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debris
used in No Easy Day

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Definition
pieces of something that has been destroyed; or trash that is lying around
  • One wrong move and we all would have been in a pile of debris in the courtyard.
    p. 268.7
  • When they hit, rotor blades snap off, sending shrapnel and debris in all directions.
    p. 213.6
  • The blades didn't snap off Instead, the rotors blasted the muddy courtyard, blowing dust and debris and creating a maelstrom around us.
    p. 214.9
  • As the helicopter flared out, I looked down, shielding my eyes from the cloud of dust and debris from the rotors.
    p. 253.8
  • A pair of Army fuelers wearing goggles to protect their eyes from debris hauled a hose up to the Black Hawk.
    p. 258.9

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