Definition of 'landmine'
Example sentences containing 'landmine'
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He has a large scar across his right temple from the landmine blast. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Five troops have died this year and more than a dozen been injured from landmine blasts. The Sun (2008)Government was responsible for the poor quality of kit which contributed to their deaths in a landmine blast. The Sun (2008)He was killed by a landmine. The Sun (2008)They will also point to his generous and caring personal side as well as his high-profile support of landmine victims. The Sun (2014)You need a technically inquisitive mind and a high degree of self-confidence to work in bomb disposal and landmine clearance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A week before the landmine blast, he had emailed home to say he loved his family dearly. The Sun (2008)Aged 49, he is now a doctor specialising in the rehabilitation of landmine victims. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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