bullets were splashing all around his feet, and then one hit him.
American words sting and they can be transformed into Iranian bullets, and President Obama knows that full and very well.
The fact that the one wife was hit says to me that there were bullets flying.
The bullets spun him around as if he— a man so enormous he was nicknamed Taco Truck— were practically weightless.
The Russians drank Coronas, the Mexicans drank Modelos, and all four of the men were tired of bullets and reporters.
It only remained for him to hold it true so that the bullets would reach their mark.
The bullets of the posse had neither torn a tendon nor broken a bone.
Already the bullets were dropping behind him, but he did not know of it.
When Yates reached the tent, he found it empty and torn by bullets.
The captain made no answer, but pointed to them over the fireplace, where they hung, with a flask of powder and a bag of bullets.
1550s, from Middle French boulette "cannonball, small ball," diminutive of boule "a ball" (13c.), from Latin bulla "round thing, knob" (see bull (n.2)). Earliest version of bite the bullet recorded 1891, probably with a sense of giving someone a soft lead bullet to clench in the teeth during a painful operation.
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