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    Prox·y war
    /ˈpräksē wôr/

    noun

    • 1. a war instigated by a major power which does not itself become involved: "the end of the Cold War brought an end to many of the proxy wars through which the two sides struggled to exert their influence"

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  2. proxy definition: 1. authority given to a person to act for someone else, such as by voting for them in an election…. Learn more.

  3. Proxy definition, the agency, function, or power of a person authorized to act as the deputy or substitute for another. See more.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ProxyProxy - Wikipedia

    Proxy murder, a murder committed on behalf of somebody else; Proxy statement, information published related to a U.S. stockholders' meeting; Proxy voting, a vote cast on behalf of an absent person; Proxy war, a war where two powers use third parties as a substitute for fighting each other directly

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › War_danceWar dance - Wikipedia

    A war dance is a dance involving mock combat, usually in reference to tribal warrior societies where such dances were performed as a ritual connected with endemic warfare. Martial arts in various cultures can be performed in dance-like settings for various reasons, such as for evoking ferocity in preparation for battle or showing off skill in a ...

  6. Aug 08, 2019 · In 1955, the United States entered what some historians consider a proxy war with the Soviet Union, by sending troops into Vietnam to support the South Vietnamese in their battle against the communist North Vietnamese. The United States' involvement in the war lasted until 1975, the year the North Vietnamese captured the city of Saigon.

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