blackwater airdropped supplies to stranded soldiers of the 82nd Airborne for free until the Air Force provided a contract.
Overall, he said he saw little reason to believe blackwater's services would be any less in demand in the near future.
But what—beside perhaps killing ISIS members—could The Artist Formerly Known As blackwater do for the world today?
Or the time he ran and hid—at his mother's behest—during the Battle of the blackwater.
Today Prince is out of the contracting business and is promoting a book telling his side of the blackwater story.
He'll be dead of blackwater before many months, to judge by his eyes.'
It overlooked the blackwater, and commanded an important pass.
This time it was for the occasion when he had shown scornful blackwater that seven thousand dollars in bills.
Sleep in blackwater to-night, in hopes of weather mending in the morning.
But our car has left Mallow far behind and is gliding onward by the side of the blackwater, whose course we follow for many miles.
Wastewater containing bodily or other biological wastes, as from toilets, dishwashers, or kitchen drains. Compare graywater.