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ammo

(ˈæmo)
1. n. ammunition. There they were, trapped in a foxhole with no ammo, enemy all over the place. What do you think happened?
2. n. information or evidence that can be used to support an argument or a charge. I want to get some ammo on the mayor. I think he’s a crook.
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Following the ceremony to collect his award from the Queen, Ammo said, "I am blown away by this recognition.
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There are four ammo chutes, so make sure you connect all of them.
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