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1ametralladora femininebefore noun machine-gun fire — fuego de ametralladora masculine
- Suddenly, machine gun bullets were fired and Michaela fell to the floor.
- Young Michel was proud of himself; he'd learned to fire a machine gun and hit a target.
- He was busy filming when an Israeli tank suddenly appeared and fired a machine gun.
- In such an extreme situation the Raptor sounds like a heavy machine gun firing in the distance.
- A soldier on the back of the truck saw him and fired his machine gun, hitting him in the chest with a half dozen rounds.
- She felt several bullets strike her helmet as she fired the machine gun at the remaining attacking soldiers.
- It ends with Cusack throwing grenades and firing a machine gun to save her from pirates.
- The helicopter began to fire a machine gun at Lazarus so he ran and jumped into the car.
- They then had to race back to the other end of the course, re-assemble the machine gun and then fire at a target.
- He turned and began to fire his machine gun wildly before he was blasted full of holes.
- A special vehicle has been developed, armed with a machine gun and multiple tear gas launchers.
- The most important of these were the bolt action rifle and the machine gun, and hand grenades and mortars.
- Mace barely had time to roll out of the way before the machine gun began to fire down on him.
- It was a giant machine gun that fired plastic bullets and grenades.
- The M60 is a machine gun which while fired continually causes the screen to violently shake which is a nice touch.
- He then leapt fifty feet into the air to avoid the machine gun fire from the SWAT team.
- Sometimes the guards would mount a heavy machine gun and fire away indiscriminately.
- The young soldier said he also fired on a machine gun station and saw an Iraqi soldier blown out by the force of the hit.
- When they were 20 yards from the pillbox a machine gun opened fire from the slit.
- Most of the machine gun fire blew past him and only a few stray shots managed to hit him.
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