MIAMI — Fidel Castro seized power in January 1959 after waging a guerilla war against then-dictator Fulgencio Batista.
She spends her time carrying out a guerilla war of passive-aggressive acts against him that escalates with each passing day.
Rumor had it that the two were sympathetic to the guerilla groups.
In a recent blog entry on AIDSmeds.com, he finally revealed that it was David Geffen who funded that bit of guerilla theatre.
So practically speaking, the Satanic Temple is less a religion than a small band of guerilla activists.
That seat is the natural point for a sharpshooter and guerilla warrior.
Dick believed from his gesture that he did not like the guerilla leader, or at least he hoped so.
But in the wild, guerilla warfare that the Brownies waged, such a fault seemed very like a virtue.
No, he's Federal, Confederate or guerilla as it may suit his bloody ends.
I'm not a guerilla, sir; I'm in the regular Confederate service.
"fighter in an irregular, independent armed force," 1809, from Spanish guerrilla "body of skirmishers, skirmishing warfare," literally "little war," diminutive of guerra "war," from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German werra "strife, conflict, war;" see war). Figurative use by 1861. As an adjective from 1811. Acquired by English during the Peninsular War (1808-1814); purists failed in their attempt to keep this word restricted to "irregular warfare" and prevent it taking on the sense properly belonging to guerrillero "guerrilla fighter."