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ACK-ACKAnti-Aircraft Fire (military slang)
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The Germans were getting the shells, ack-ack shells, and we wanted it out of commission.
The strike is over; the air above Rabaul deserted; old ack-ack bursts grow large and haze away.
"They parked an ack-ack gun in our driveway and I saw German bombers in the searchlights many, many times."
While he was overhead the Amritsar radar, his aircraft came under heavy fire from enemy ack-ack guns and got severe damage on the right wing.
Civil servant David Jukes, 36, from Ack-Ack lam, was delighted with Boro's performance - but cautious of Karanka receiving manager of the month.
In the report, the committee ack-ack nowledged concerns over the current situation and suggested the minimum broadband speed, as proposed by the Government, was outdated and did not meet modern needs.
Nicola Bedford was quizzed about the killing of 50-year-old Martin Ack-Ack royd following her arrest in May, but she claimed she was not in the room when he was murdered by Surjit Singh Sidhu.
Now too mature for her signature ack-ack delivery and palaban acting style of yore, she needs to do something new, something else to regain viewers' attention and interest.
They were dressed as German soldiers, but wore slacks meant for an ack-ack [antiaircraft] unit.
"This includes the burning at the stake of Vaninus, a local atheist, the installing of an ack-ack gun during the war and the laying of Lea Village by German prisoners of war.
"It had been hit by ack-ack (anti-aircraft fire) and the tail was falling away.
Family and friends said unlike some veterans of the war Mr Cross - whose beloved wife Ivy died in 2000 - was always willing to talk about his experiences of landing on Juno beach aged 35 after being conscripted as a Lance Bombardier into the 121st Light Ack-Ack of the Regiment of the Royal Artillery.