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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- Over the years 24 versions were made and the Spitfire doubled in weight, engine power and firepower.
- Four Warrior armoured personnel carriers arrived and in terms of firepower gave the troops the upper hand.
- In plain English, it means the enemy fears the Indian Army's increasing firepower.
- They would have had to develop more offensive firepower and find a few more shooters.
- We have some tremendous firepower available to us in the form of Air Force and Naval air.
- As the threat of a Cold War recedes, they unleash their tanks and firepower on prehistoric burial mounds.
- The Argylls, being a light unit, were short on armour, firepower and mobility.
- Its firepower will surpass that of the armored personnel carriers now in service.
- He says that the corporate banking side will now have enough firepower to look at far bigger deals.
- The bad guys in a single city may have more firepower than that carried by the allied troops on D Day.
- Brokers say it could add to its firepower by announcing a huge sale and leaseback deal on its portfolio of freehold properties.
- With all this firepower, a spat between clans often turns into a pitched battle.
- It certainly has the financial firepower to add to its current interests.
- Few generals have ever had such an addiction to firepower, or such a conviction that their front was the vital theatre of war.
- The highly trained Rangers can field formidable firepower for such a small and mobile force.
- They command awesome firepower and supervise the most terrible weapons of mass destruction ever devised.
- The firepower of an infantry company was increased by a third as the pikemen were phased out and issued with muskets and bayonets.
- It was designed to concentrate firepower to disrupt and destroy the opponent's military capability.
- Jeeps can carry up to three soldiers, making them fast troop transports with plenty of firepower.
- He was not unaware of the new conditions in warfare that favoured defensive firepower.
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