“If I could have gotten that convoy there that day, he would be here,” McKnight told me.
The “humanitarian” convoy that has attracted international attention does not appear to have been directly involved.
Local Jordanian media reports said former Israeli ambassador to Jordan Yaakov Rosen may have been in the convoy.
Last week, Israeli jets hit a convoy containing SA-17 rockets that was reportedly on the way to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
As soon as the convoy left, Jimbo came out of the double doors.
By this time the Triadur and the convoy were two or three miles to the sou'east.
We got to sea, at last, two transports, under the convoy of the Pictou.
The fighting machines, which were to convoy them as far as the Rhine, rapidly gained their height and circled above their charges.
You have so impressed me with your skill, that, if I dared, I'd ask you to convoy me up.
Up to that same date not a single ship which had left North American ports in convoy had been lost.
early 16c., "the act of guiding or escorting for protection," from convoy (v.), late 14c., from Old French convoier, from Vulgar Latin *conviare, literally "go together on the road" (see convey). The meaning "train of ships or wagons carrying munitions or provisions in wartime under protection of escort" is from c.1600.