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  • n  gunfire directed along the length rather than the breadth of a formation
  • v  rake or be in a position to rake with gunfire in a lengthwise direction

  • Between it and a troop of French Colonials on its left was a jutting mound and rock quarry from which a nest of German machine guns spat a relentless enfilade fire.
  • Just one of the smart pleasures of the design is that as you turn from there toward the Early American art, the view opens onto a long, straight enfilade of rooms, a smart .
  • After loosing a barrage of phone calls and an enfilade of promises to "go anywhere any time" to meet them, Clarke finally managed to interview CBS's Paley and ABC's Pierce in .

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