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Spell check of bomber

Correct spelling: bomber

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Examples of usage:

1) Along the line of the railway here there was a row of concrete dug- outs, and a bomber of the Middlesex went up alone climbed the embankment, and dropped bombs through their ventilator. - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.

2) A fighter- bomber was roaring down toward the truck. - "A Yankee Flier in Italy", Rutherford G. Montgomery.

3) " A Mosquito bomber," Stan answered. - "A Yankee Flier in Italy", Rutherford G. Montgomery.