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used in Fearless

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using extreme or violent methods used to achieve a political goal; or someone who uses such methods
  • It had been confirmed via multiple intelligence sources and surveillance techniques that the men in this compound were James and his Taliban militants.
    p. 277.0
  • On November 4, 1979, just after the evening news announced that five hundred militants had seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran, Janice and Larry sat down at their dinner table to discuss their own crisis: Larry's work as an electrician had dried up—he'd collected his final paycheck—and their savings would last little more than a month.
    p. 15.9
  • The SEALs were ready to breach the gates of the two compounds when a startled farm animal made a noise and alerted one compound's militants, who came out of their rooms and began firing blindly into the night.
    p. 231.6
  • Within the epistles, the mature believing man is often described in militant terms—a warrior equipped to battle mighty enemies and shatter satanic strongholds.
    p. 263.8

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