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A bomb outrage to have any influence on public opinion now must go beyond the intention of vengeance or terrorism.
There followed a catalogue of bomb outrages in London in recent and distant years.
If something needs to be done, like a murder or a retaliatory bomb outrage, those in charge do not conceal their wishes behind fine phrases.
"The diagram shows the ground-floor plan of the quarters of the man behind the bomb outrages," the voice continued.
Birrell himself felt that the danger of a bomb outrage was greater than that of an insurrection.
The results were labour troubles, with a wave of strikes in 1919, and violence, with bomb outrages and threats to the lives of government officials.
Somewhere not too far away a whistle blew for the gendarmerie were out in force that night because of the bomb outrage, and the gunshots had been heard.
Mr Mayhew was at the scene of the latest bombing outrage in Magherafelt earlier today to see the carnage at first hand.
Twelve-year-old Tim was the first patient on the £500,000 scanner as he clung to life after suffering horrific head injuries in the Warrington bombing outrage.
On the 16th three more bomb outrages were perpetrated by Unionists in Belfast, as the result of which fifteen persons were seriously injured.
The message was delivered to Mr Adams on Sunday, yet only a few hours later he refused to join with the leaders of constitutional parties in condemning the bomb outrage.
He was concerned in two or three bomb outrages which, though beyond killing a few innocent bystanders they did little harm, yet shook the nerves of the public and so damaged its morale.
The IRA yesterday claimed responsibility for the bomb outrage at the New Forest cottage owned by Alan Dysart, parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for..
She was alone longer than usual on the day of the attempted bomb outrage in Greenwich Park, because Mr Verloc went out very early that morning and did not come back till nearly dusk.
SINN Fein today dismissed a demand from two senior MPs for the party to call on the IRA to lay down its arms in the wake of the Warrington bomb outrage.
All the Italian papers gloomily recalled the Red Brigades' bomb outrages and assassinations of earlier years, but La Stampa of Turin said in a front-page comment that there is an important difference now.
The talk was general during supper, ranging from bomb outrages to the Friesian landscape, the easiest routes to Holland, and vague, very vague, replies on Mr. van Borsele's part to Mrs. Brown's gentle questions about his life.
UNIONIST MPs rounded on Ulster Secretary Peter Brooke yesterday after he turned down calls for selective internment in the wake of the IRA bomb outrage at Musgrave Park Hospital.
So the Foreign Office, which with so much contrived anger and publicity expelled Cuban diplomats in September 1988 for firing a gun in a British street, is quite willing to have in Britain an intelligence organisation that was planning bomb outrages.
POLICE have unveiled a scheme to use private security cameras in an effort to combat bomb outrages in the City of London, a move decided after the April 1992 IRA bombing of the Baltic Exchange, which killed three and injured 80.
For Strasbourg, the potential harm done to witless young men influenced and converted to pursue a violence by the unscrupulous dangerous cleric against themselves as well as the public going around minding their business such as we found on our bus and tube in the suicide bombing outrage.
The robbery featured in headlines worldwide: "Rain of Bombs: Revolutionaries Hurl Destruction among Large Crowds of People" in the London Daily Mirror, "Tiflis Bomb Outrage" in The Times of London, "Catastrophe!"
Steve Tshwete, the Security Minister, and Penuell Maduna, the Justice Minister, said they had no doubt that Pagad was behind the recent bomb outrages as well as the murder this week of Pieter Theron, a Cape Town magistrate hearing a case against Pagad supporters.