But this time outside GOP groups may be pushing too far—and the farmers are collateral damage.
The collateral damage from the conflict galvanized a number of nations to throw their support behind a ban on cluster bombs.
It was the collateral damage it caused to the wider economy and to people's 401(k)s.
The euphemism of “collateral damage” comes with that package.
More regulations, and further public education may be required to cap and stem the collateral damage.
But a message went out from Washington: You provoke America at your peril, no matter what the collateral damage.
“Sometimes there is collateral damage, but it is rare,” said Bauer.
He is liable for direct damage both to your chimneys and any collateral damage caused by fall of bricks into garden, etc., etc.
When used, Rapid Dominance would ensure favorable early resolution of issues with minimal loss of lives and collateral damage.
Rapid Dominance would ensure favorable early resolution of issues at minimal loss of lives and collateral damage.
unintentional harm to persons or property as the result of military action
by 1873 in legal cases; in modern use, generally a euphemism for "the coincidental killing of civilians," U.S. coinage, c.1968, at first generally with reference to nuclear weapons.