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engage
used in No Easy Day

5 uses
  • The president had already given us the green light to protect ourselves, even if we had to engage the Pakistan military.
    p. 195.0
  • One of the pirates always sat on top of the covered area keeping watch; engaging him would be simple.
    p. 96.4
  • Entering the life raft, they quickly and methodically re-engaged each pirate, making sure there was no more threat.
    p. 97.4
  • The fighters knew the rules of engagement and figured they'd just work their way through the system and be back to their village in a few days.
    p. 142.2
  • "If he is naked with his hands up, you're not going to engage him," he told us.
    p. 177.6

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