(1) A storm brings down Gary's aircraft in the desert where he is captured by a gang of desperados - remnants of the Angolan war.(2) The game can be played from a number of perspectives including that of the Indians, Mexicans, Americans, or a gang of desperados .(3) This quantity of dangerous but potentially precious materials offers a temptation for adventurers and desperados ,├ö├ç├û said the report.(4) That evening the camp of the fifteen college boys invited the desperados .(5) This entertainment business has been there for several years now and has succeeded in attracting an array of alcoholics, drunks, gamblers, aggressive individuals and desperados of every description.(6) After creating a disturbance in the Shopping Center, two desperados were retrieved from the jungle by arresting officers.(7) The mines of California and the Rockies; the cattle of the Great Plains -- write the story of these and you have much of the story of Western desperadoism .(8) Soon, the desperados ' concerns of how and when to split the gold pale in comparison to the dire need to simply survive the strange inhabitants of this haunted mansion.(9) Any attempt to develop a de-escalation strategy with these desperados is senseless.(10) The stickup caused Main Street to rumble with a shootout that had residents and law enforcement officials alike scrambling and trading shots with the desperadoes .(11) The joint was hopping with all kinds of low-lifes and desperados .(12) Where other desperados took the money and ran, the Kelly gang, remarkably enough, turned bank robberies into weekend social events - occasions for improvised partying and propaganda.(13) My idea, when I began this chapter, was to say something about desperadoism in the ├ö├ç├┐flush times├ö├ç├û of Nevada.(14) The opening sequence features a blade being sharpened on stone, quickly cross-cutting to a chaotic chase in which a gang of desperadoes attempt to capture a rogue chicken.(15) A couple of desperados like you two should be able to pull this off just fine,├ö├ç├û said Bill.(16) These chronicles became the handbook for future travellers and ironically, for gold prospectors and desperados planning quick gains.