In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- In an attempt to develop the capability to punch through the missile defence shield, countries such as China could decide to massively increase the number of nuclear missiles in their armoury.
- And it is certain that Iraq has some fearsome chemical and biological weapons in its armoury - among them VX and mustard gas, anthrax, botulism and ricin.
- A lovely, expensive catapult was a new weapon for his armoury.
- But it's no mystery that the ability to call an early election is a big gun in the armoury of any government.
- We have destroyed significant armoury of the Taliban militia.
- And China has threatened to respond by massively increasing its nuclear armoury.
- The Columbine students had an armoury including a sawn-off shotgun.
- Up the stairs, on the second floor, was an armory of the greatest weapons and articles of armor in the world, both mundane and enchanted.
- South Yorkshire police have a new weapon in their armoury - baton guns that fire plastic bullets.
- The decadent West does not have many ideological weapons in its armoury but until recently, at least, freedom of speech was one of them.
- Is it to make the world a safer place, by hoping that the next Iraqi head of state and his ministers are a bunch of pussycats and will immediately decommission their nuclear armouries?
- Colchester police are gearing up to use a new weapon in their armoury.
- After a decade of the Revolution in Military Affairs the US armoury is now much larger and more proficient.
- But for all her quirks Pierce - in all her incarnations - still has a terrifying armoury of weapons.
- One of its many functions was to serve as the armoury, which supplied many weapons to Soldiers of the British Empire.
- The net gun is only one of the devices, previously the stuff of comic books, which have become part of the armoury of police forces.
- A farmer who disturbed prowlers with an armoury of weapons hidden in a car has backed the Manchester Evening News campaign for a ban on replica guns.
- What are we doing with our Trident submarines, our vast armoury of weapons or our support for the export of arms worldwide?
- The Missouri tornadoes badly damaged Guard armories in Pierce City and DeSoto.
- They were among 29 members of the little-known sect which grabbed the limelight in July last year when members stole a huge cache of powerful weapons from military armories by posing as army officers.
- Missiles rained down on the city as fireballs went up into the night sky after the armoury at the central Ikeja barracks caught fire.
- Everyone should always assume every firearm is loaded, whether stored in the armory or being used in a training environment, at work, or at home.
- The network of tunnels, containing command posts, armouries, kitchens and rudimentary hospitals eventually stretched for 150 miles to within striking distance of Saigon, running at one point under an American base camp.
- The bulk of the ordnance is being held in the armory / magazine of the Kiribati Police Force situated at Betio in Tarawa, one of the islands of the Kiribati group.
- British officers and, in some instances, their families were killed; armories were looted; and treasuries were sacked.
- Shanahan said there were hundreds of pictures of people missing in the tragedy plastered on the walls of the armory.
- In January of this year 19 CE Works deployed a Project Management Team of five personnel to manage and supervise construction of armouries for the PNGDF.
- The Australian Government recently handed over four new state-of-the-art armouries to the PNG Defence Force.
- On Sunday, he led 15 men in military garb posing as senior officers conducting spot checks on armories, to two army camps in Gerik in northern Perak.
- Karen Watts, senior armour curator at the armouries, believes the suit of armour, etched with ornate blue and gold markings, would almost certainly have belonged to a prince of the French court.
- Further down, there was another large room, the armory, where the weapons and supplies were stored.
- Winter said he was fortunate enough to be able to minister to a number of the families at the armory that had a family member missing in the attack.
- E-Store Builder give Interland another weapon in its armoury to fend off Yahoo!
- He grabbed five radios, saved one for himself, and patrolled the armory, giving each team member a radio and a rig.
- Maj Hansen said the Australian-developed training school was well equipped with a 300m range, a grenade range, a gym, armouries and living-in accommodation.
- The hall is like an armoury, with suits of armours waiting as if for medieval knights.
- The place consisted of two barrack buildings, an office with an armory, a mess hall, a small gym building, a parade field and a PT Course.
- There was a tremendous amount of soldiers there defending the armory, but they were inexperienced Guardsmen, not regulars.
- The three-story, 88,000-square-foot facility is expected to serve as a model for future high-technology National Guard armories.
- Located in Sulaymaniyah in northern Iraq, the 22-building academy will include barracks, a dining hall, classrooms and an armory.
- So the weapons are deposited with the police armoury.
- The over all effect was one more of an art museum than an armory.
- In 1825, for example, it was considered for a national armory because of the available water power, but the inaccessibility offset its advantages.
- As Hoke put it: ‘The most important transfer of technology from the armories to the watch factories was the imposition of a rigid system of organization and the elevation of the machine shop to a position of supremacy.’
- With the support of the U.S. government, early nineteenth-century armories successfully experimented with the mechanized production of guns with interchangeable parts, the essential components of mass production.
- The American System of Manufactures, based on interchangeable parts, emerged from government armories, which became leaders in the machine tool industry.
- Although the government built armories, nevertheless, about 60 percent of U.S. gunpowder was imported.
- These A & M schools trained students for practical problem solving in our armories, hospitals, factories, and farms.
- Beginning in 1795 and 1801, respectively, these armories manufactured muskets based upon a .69-caliber French 1777 design.
- Despite these difficulties, on April 28 Colonel Harry Clay Kessler ordered Montana Guard units to report for duty at their respective armories.
- Around the keep, Silas noted, were the barracks, the mess hall, and the armories.
- The parade ground behind the old armory hadn't been used as such for nearly three decades.
- The siege lines were arrayed all around the triangular-shaped compound of the armory.
- People walked around aimlessly, or watched CNN on the big-screen TVs the National Guard had set up around the armory.
- The largest Alabama Guard unit to return from Iraq, the 877th Engineer Battalion, had its first weekend drills earlier this month at its northwest Alabama armories.
- As the Marines left the armory Talarissa stared at what was left of Sergeant Terri Carlota.
3EE. UU.(factory)fábrica de armas femenino
5EE. UU.(drill hall)sala de prácticas femenino
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