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1. Technically , the two countries are still at war.
2. How long have they been at war?
3. We were still playing at war — dropping leaflets instead of bombs.
4. Technically, the two countries are still at war, as a peace treaty was never signed.
5. The two countries were at war for two years.
6. The country is now at war.
7. They are at war with each other.
8. They've been at war for the last fifteen years.
9. They've been at war for the last five years.
10. In 1920 Poland and Russia were still at war .
11. The country has been at war with its neighbour for two years.
12. Their countries had been at war for nearly six weeks.
13. Within a year, England was once more at war with France.
14. Factions previously at war with one another are now united against the common enemy.
15. The two kingdoms were once more at war.
16. These aristocratic tribes were continually at war: the stronger drove out the weak.
17. Child-care breakdowns set two-paycheck couples at war over who stays home with the kids.
18. The Khmer Rouge has been at war with the official Government since 1979.
19. But while the men were away at war, the rule was relaxed.
20. For years, these people who are now at war lived together very peacefully.
21. Their love affair was played out against the background of a country at war.
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22. A national census has been taken every decade since 1801, except for the year 1941 when Britain was at war.
23. After all those Generals and Lords are commemorated precisely because they were better at war than their enemies.
24. Immediately after Christmas he obtained permission to return to Aquitaine and we next hear of him once again at war with Geoffrey.
25. The full-time welfare workers of the Association also represent individuals at War Pension Tribunals.
26. When Chutra saw that I was laughing, he redoubled his efforts until we were at war with hundreds of monkeys.
27. During that time it's proved itself an able ambassador for Britain, at peace and at war.
28. For that at Olympia, the oldest and most prestigious, it was customary for cities at war to call a truce.
29. At that stage, Britain and Germany were still not officially at war.
30. Enrollment had risen sharply during the war years, and school traditions reflected a country at war.