When Sheridan told him in February that she was fired, Meyer said he was “it struck me as retaliatory.”
“We knew that in the aftermath of the Osama bin Laden killing, there was likely to be retaliatory attacks,” Townsend explained.
Persuading China to block the north is a lot easier than the U.S. launching a retaliatory cyberstrike against the Sony attackers.
It was just after the September 11 attacks, and the American public was in a retaliatory mood.
Timely intelligence was proving key in combating the gang problem, where many of the shootings are retaliatory.
The German artillery was opening a retaliatory fire against its lost positions.
It was the fear of retaliatory punishment that kept them aloof.
The Girondists knew to whom they were indebted for many of the most skillful parries and retaliatory blows.
But Briggs had recourse to what he believed to be a retaliatory taunt.
The choice here of town-rabble for retaliatory death supports the account of .