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  • n  a return blow; a retaliatory blow

  • They were defeated within two days by a better-armed, better-led enemy, who withstood their attack and delivered a crushing counterblow.
  • At any number of points, Khrushchev can, of course, try to reverse his initial retreat by a counterblow, but any possible move will be harder for him than before the Cuban adventure.
  • Reagan puts the ball in the Soviet courtand Gromyko bangs it back The first salvo from Washington prompted an unprecedented counterblow from Moscow, which in turn.

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