Definition of 'pincer movement'
Example sentences containing 'pincer movement'
The Russians developed a huge pincer movement against the flanks of the salient that led to Stalingrad.IN LOVE AND WAR (2002) SKORPION'S DEATH (2002)
`Oh, I meant to say to you earlier,' Lola said, as they passed each other in a pincer movement, `I found these in Hogarth's desk.TICKLED PINK (2002)
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