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Not nowadays," said Anne, absently, as the wind blew a scud of snow against the window.
She can scud, too, like a deer when we play 'Follow the leader,' and skip stones and bat balls almost as well as I can," said Mac, in reply to his uncle's praise of his pupil.
I took a step, and lo, away it scud with an elastic spring over the snow-crust, straightening its body and its limbs into graceful length, and soon put the forest between me and itself -- the wild free venison, asserting its vigor and the dignity of Nature.
I say," said East, as soon as he got his wind, looking with much increased respect at Tom, "you ain't a bad scud, not by no means.
But it was not a minute before Raffles came to me through the whistling scud, and in another I was on my back behind a shallow rock, with him kneeling over me and unrolling my bandage in the teeth of that murderous fire.
Bless you, godmother,' said Miss Wren, 'I have to scud about town at all hours.
Libya's current capability probably remains limited to its Scud B missiles, but with continued foreign assistance it may achieve an Median Range Billistic Missiles (MRBM) capability a long desired goal or extended-range Scud capability.
Even leaving aside nuclear ABM defenses, conventional anti-missile missiles like the Patriot have proven effective -- especially against obsolescent models like the Iraqi SCUDs, the type of missile most likely to be used by a third-world rogue regime.
None of the Scud attacks on Israel involved weapons of mass destruction.
Vallee has been afflicted by at least a half dozen serious medical conditions that started shortly after the Scud attacks.
DESPITE CLAIMS during the Kuwait war, coalition air and ground forces probably failed to destroy any of Iraq's mobile Scud launchers, according to an independent study of the campaign commissioned by the US Air Force.
By the time the Scud missile appeared, they had been running the system for 100 hours without any discernible problems.