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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshoot-outˈshoot-out noun [countable]  FIGHTa fight using guns a shoot-out with police penalty shoot-out
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shoot-outAnd what's it like knowing your dear daddy died in a shoot-out?The young gunman was on a truck fleeing the scene of a shoot-out with marines in Mogadishu.At the penalty shoot-out the same dogged evenness was maintained - it went to sudden death.Hence the importance of today's shoot-out to both clubs.In fact it figures the three companies will be the only survivors of the coming silicon shoot-out.They discover that the marker commemorating the shoot-out was destroyed by an earthquake in 1983.In the shoot-out one Klansman was killed, and five others were seriously wounded.
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