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use "flamboyant" in a sentence

peirce, a flamboyant figure to be sure, wrote an emotional goodbye to Sioux City in the newspaper before heading west, designed perhaps to cement his upstanding image in the community.

He was a flamboyant, dramatic, friendly and arrogant on the outside.

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spotted no enemy planes nearby, only many puffs of "flak" splattering the skies to the westward of her screening position in the refueling group.

Heavy flak shot down four aircraft and damaged 10 of the first serial and another plane was lost from the second serial plus nine damaged.

From these operations, four C-47s were missing and many damaged by light flak.

There was no combined arms synthesis, meaning that the Flak arm did not directly support the German defences thereby forming one mass defence.

The navy then formed boarding parties and launched their motorboats, which crossed the harbour net and attacked the Flak ships.

He was killed in battle, either by a flak explosion from the AT-AT's heavy guns, or due to the crushing of his speeder by the AT-AT moments after.

Three C-47s suffered flak damage but none were lost.

Both fighters and flak proved lethal for the Battles.

Spotting a Luftwaffe Flak battery of 88mm guns, Luck ordered the commander to open fire on the flank of the British tanks.

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