Escaped

Escaped

Escape may refer to:

  • Escapism, mental diversion by means of entertainment or recreation
  • Escapology, the study and practice of escaping from physical restraints
  • Prison escape, the act of breaking out of prison
  • Escape response, instinctive behaviour in animals

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Other articles related to "escaped":

Convoy ON 207 - The Action
... was attacked by a Liberator of 10 sqdn RCAF, but she escaped with little damage ... they attacked the U-tanker U-488, though she escaped with no damage on 28th they attacked two U-boats, U-220, which was destroyed, and U-256 which was ... On 31st two more boats were attacked, U-91 which escaped again, and U-584, which was destroyed ...
Anthony Deane-Drummond
... He escaped from captivity, was recaptured, escaped again, and eventually made his way back to England sixteen months after the raid ... He later served in Operation Market-Garden and was captured at Arnhem, but successfully escaped for a third time ...
Ships Of The Republic Of Vietnam Navy - Patrol Craft Escort
... Fate RVNS Đống Đa II (HQ-07) 29 November 1961 USS Crestview (PCE-895) Escaped to the Philippines, April 1975. 11 July 1966 USS Brattleboro (PCE(R)-852) Escaped to the Philippines, April 1975 ... RVNS Van Kiếp II (HQ-14) 1970 USS Amherst (PCE(R)-853) Escaped to the Philippines, April 1975 ...
Lebanon Hostage Crisis - Victims - Escaped or Rescued
... On February 14, 1985, American journalist Jeremy Levin escaped from his captors in the Beqaa Valley. 11, 1986, French captive Michel Brillant escaped several days after his abduction when his captors were surprised by a party of hunters in the Beqaa Valley ... On September 26, 1986, British journalist David Hirst escaped by bolting from his captors' automobile in a Shia neighborhood of Beirut ...

Famous quotes containing the word escaped:

    an escaped note of
    almost unbearable
    satisfaction, a great
    bough or beam
    unaware it had
    spoken.
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)

    I heard of one man who complained that somebody had stolen his boots in the night; and when he found them, he wanted to know what they had done to them,—they had spoiled them,—he never put that stuff on them; and the bootblack narrowly escaped paying damages.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    ...I have escaped by the skin of my teeth.
    Bible: Hebrew, Job 19:20.