the French attack began with a cannonade
he unleashed a cannonade of invective
This was a recipe for confusion and bloodshed; it culminated in the disastrous French cannonade on Damascus in November 1944.
Brown intends to put this right in his budget speech next week, however, when he will launch a cannonade against what their cuts in services would mean.
Three times the German armor attempted to break through, but, as more battalions of American artillery joined the cannonade , the enemy at last gave way.
Full-page ads in The New York Times and The Washington Post are now standard weapons for enviro campaigns, but no one had thought of using advertising as a cannonade before Brower.
I asked him if he sincerely thought that his daily cannonade of reports, forms, checks and feedbacks led to a better or worse health service, whether in the short term or the long.
They were thrilled by the appearance of a l2-person heritage guard, a cannonade fired in salute and a fly past by a Navy Seahawk helicopter from HMAS ALBATROSS.
Soon after 6 pm the spasmodic barking of the night-time cannonade (now normal in spite of its intensity) gave place to a ‘kettle-drum bombardment’.
Surprisingly, after his cannonade of criticism, Kramer's book offers only small-bore recommendations, ‘modest’ by his own admission.