blitz

[n] - a rapid and violent military attack with intensive aerial bombardment 2. [v] - attack suddenly and without warning
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blitz

blitzkrieg noun a swift and violent military offensive with intensive aerial bombardment
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Blitz

[gridiron football] In American football or Canadian football, a blitz is when additional players are sent to `rush the quarterback`—that is, try to tackle the quarterback or disrupt his pass attempt. The term is borrowed from the Blitzkrieg, the German strategy of `Lightning War` employed during World War II. Like the Blitzkrieg, the bli...
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Blitz

[mascot] Blitz is the official mascot of the Seattle Seahawks, a team in the National Football Conference of the National Football League. A large blue bird, Blitz made his debut on September 13, 1998 at the Seahawks` home opener at the Kingdome in Seattle, Washington. After his inception Blitz`s appearance changed slightly several times (i...
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Blitz

[movement] Blitz is an anarchist, communist and socialist youth community in Oslo, Norway, founded in 1982. The group has often been criticized for their use of violent methods of political protest. == The house == The Blitz House (Blitzhuset) is an autonomous house in the centre of Oslo, Norway. It started out as a squatted building in Ski...
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Blitz

[newspaper] Blitz, was a popular investigative weekly tabloid newspaper published and edited by Russi Karanjia from Bombay. It was India`s first weekly tabloid started in 1941 focussed on investigative journalism and political news. It was published in English, and with editions in Hindi, Urdu and Marathi languages. It ceased publication se...
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Blitz

[Noun] A time in the Second World War, from 1940-41, when German planes bombed cities in Britain a lot. A blitz is when a city is damaged a lot by bombs dropped by planes.
Example: His grandparents were killed in the Blitz. Origin:'Lightning war' in German (Blitzkrieg).
See also: bomb
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Blitz

[software] Blitz is a cloud-based load-and performance-testing service (SaaS) that allows developers to `rush` (load test) a Web app or Web API with up to 50,000 concurrent users within seconds from multiple points of presence around the world. The tool allows users to test web applications, websites, and APIs to identify infrastructure wea...
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Blitz

[video game] Blitz is an arcade-style game for the VIC-20 personal computer. The first game of this genre was written for the Commodore PET by Peter Calver and published under the name Air Attack by his company, Supersoft, in 1979. At that time it was common for computer magazines to publish games listings which readers could type into thei...
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blitz

a defensive maneuver in which one or more linebackers or defensive backs, who normally remain behind the line of scrimmage, instead charge into the opponents' backfield.
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Blitz

A defensive maneuver in which one or more linebackers or defensive backs, who normally remain behind
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Blitz

A defensive maneuver which is used to put pressure on the quarterback. Blitzes are utilized by linebackers or secondary players in an effort to sack the quarterback.
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blitz

a play where the defensive team sends players rushing towards the line of scrimmage as soon as the ball is snapped to try to sack the quarterback.
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Blitz

An aggressive play by the defense when they attack a specific play by the offense. A blitz can backfire if the offense is not running the play that the blitz was intended to stop.
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Blitz

Blitz is British slang for to break into a building in order to rob it.
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Blitz

Destroyer class [AH]
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