In May 1943 the other Troop deployed to Potshot
and was replaced by A Troop, 151 LAA Battery under command of 102nd Composite Regiment in September 1943.
Mr Jackson denied telling anybody to kick the Iraqis or taking the potshots
McLeod upheld his paper's "right" to take potshots
at religion by declaring that "there are as many hypocrites in organized religion today as there were when Jesus walked the earth"--thereby slandering not only millions of living believers, but countless devout Jews who are 2000 years dead and helpless to defend themselves.
Not entirely original, the format borrows from another cable-TV show, Comedy Central's Mystery Science Theater 3000, in which a man and his robots watch subliterate sic-fi and gladiator flicks and take potshots
at straw men from beyond the galaxy.
raise the wrong questions, at least to the open-minded viewer.
THE political battle for Bihar reached its peak with both Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Bharatiya Janata Party taking potshots
at each other.
The fitness expert would bend over on a training ground goal-line, wearing his marathon costume - a 'monkey thong', complete with tail - while the first team squad took potshots
at his bottom from 18 yards.
But, like his former co-star, he also takes a few completely unrepeatable potshots
at religion as well as rounding on Maxine Carr, the BNP and Steve Martin.
During the first part of the war, pilots were mostly used for reconnaissance, taking occasional potshots
at each other and dropping hand bombs.
Mr Jackson denied telling anybody to kick the Iraqis or taking potshots
at Iraqi thieves hiding in sand dunes outside the camp.
It was only later that cheeky Pierce showed what he really thought of them, by taking sneaky potshots
from behind a bed of begonias on his balcony.
at Signs, The Ring, The Matrix Reloaded and others, this is a vast improvement on the first sequel, and provides plenty of laughs - so long as you've seen the movies it's sending up.
Along the way, theCoens,in the spirit of Capra and Sturges, take potshots
at the rich and shallow denizens of Beverly Hills.
The plot doesn't hold up to scrutiny, but as a satire, it doesn't have to, as it takes potshots
at Hollywood, celebrity, wealth and love.
Throughout the `90s the prankish and puckish Moore took potshots
at lots of other "establishment" targets.