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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- But the next development is placing weaponry in space, creating the prospect of a war in space.
- You could sustain a small war with the range of weaponry on sale.
- Rarely has a war been fought on the basis of such huge differences in weaponry and fire-power.
- Members of the patrol would also share the task of carrying heavy anti-tank weaponry and ammunition.
- We bombed our enemies into submission with all the power and weaponry we had available.
- Each of them feels that nuclear weaponry is a viable way to ensure their security.
- But it would be one step too far to expect them to give up their weaponry as this would be seen as surrender.
- The population as a whole possessed a lot of weaponry, with at least two weapons in most households.
- The munitions include light and heavy weapons, mines and other types of weaponry.
- I see from the Independent that Mugabe is arming his youth militia with weaponry from China and Iran.
- Against this sort of attack, nuclear shields and Star Wars weaponry look as irrelevant as the Maginot Line.
- He was head-hunted by a group that was involved in arms, weaponry and strategic defence.
- Once nuclear weaponry is deployed, tens of thousands of people are going to die at minimum.
- He encouraged the development of advanced weaponry such as tanks, machine guns and aircraft.
- Nor will he explain how many youth workers could have been employed with the money poured into troops and weaponry.
- The building was left charred and smouldering, its facade riddled with holes from bullets and heavy weaponry.
- It accepted dependence on the western military alliance but decided to develop its own nuclear weaponry.
- To the detriment of his career, he became a public critic of nuclear weaponry.
- The success of the Germans has frequently been put down to their superiority in weaponry like tanks and artillery guns.
- And we know also that they will do whatever they can to acquire the most deadly weaponry they can.
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