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  • n  intense and continuous artillery fire

  • While the President succeeded in grabbing headlines, the drumfire of criticism did not abate.
  • He spoke against a drumfire of heckling from spectators and counter chants of "We Want Wallace" from his supporters.
  • To the quickening drumfire of the fighting in South Viet Nam, Americans sensed early in 1965 that they might have to choose between withdrawal or vastly greater involvement in the .

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