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1. Police used live ammunition to quell the disturbances.
2. They have expended all their ammunition.
3. They issued live ammunition to the troops.
4. They have a stockpile of weapons and ammunition that will last several months.
5. The police also found a quantity of ammunition in the flat.
6. He had only seven rounds of ammunition for the revolver.
7. We have shot away all our ammunition.
8. They trained in the jungle using live ammunition.
9. The letter gave her all the ammunition she needed.
10. The government issued ammunition to troops.
11. They confiscated weapons, ammunition and propaganda material.
12. Troops fired live ammunition to disperse the crowd.
13. The soldiers needed to be regularly resupplied with ammunition.
14. We're very short of guns and ammunition.
15. His mistakes provided political opponents with even more ammunition.
16. Government forces are running short of ammunition and fuel.
17. We only have three rounds of ammunition left.
18. This letter gave her all the ammunition she needed.
19. Stocks of ammunition were running low.
20. The enemy had expended all their ammunition.
21. I've only got ten rounds of ammunition left.
22. The soldiers were well equipped with weapons and ammunition.
23. The soldiers ran out of ammunition and had to withdraw.
24. They left food and ammunition on the way—but would the enemy rise to so obvious the bait?
25. His bad behaviour provided plenty of ammunition for his opponents.
26. When the soldiers had used up all their ammunition(http://sentencedict.com),[sentencedict.com] they went on fighting with their swords.
27. They had to meet the attack with very little ammunition.
28. The improved trade figures have given the government fresh ammunition.
29. Under cross-examination, he admitted the state troopers used more destructive ammunition than usual.
30. By an unfortunate mischance, the hospital had been placed immediately beside a large ammunition dump.
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