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Weapons

Meanings and phrases

Chemical Weapons Convention

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n.
  1. a global treaty banning the production or acquisition or stockpiling or transfer or use of chemical weapons

Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division

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n.
  1. the principal agency of the United States Navy for research and development for air warfare and missile weapon systems; NAWCWPNS

Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

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n.
  1. international organization for chemical disarmament; administers the Chemical Weapons Convention; OPCW

Special Weapons and Tactics squad

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n.
  1. a squad of policemen who have been trained to deal with violent and dangerous situations; SWAT team; SWAT squad; Special Weapons and Tactics team

Special Weapons and Tactics team

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n.
  1. a squad of policemen who have been trained to deal with violent and dangerous situations; SWAT team; SWAT squad; Special Weapons and Tactics squad

weapons carrier

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n.
  1. military vehicle that is a light truck designed to carry mortars or machine guns and their crews

weapons emplacement

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n.
  1. an emplacement for a gun; gun emplacement

weapons platform

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n.
  1. any military structure or vehicle bearing weapons; platform

weapons plutonium

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n.
  1. plutonium 239 that is recovered when nuclear weapons are disassembled; it is stored in plutonium pits; weapon-grade plutonium

weapons system

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n.
  1. weapons considered collectively; weaponry; arms; implements of war; munition
E.g.
  • The F-117A was identified as the best suited weapons system for the mission.
  • Avian-Precise is to help the command sustain a weapons system related to all U.S. naval platforms and systems.
  • Their first act is to attack Fort Knox and steal the gold reserve, which Osborn planned on using to finance a secret weapons system.

nuclear weapons

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E.g.
  • These are used in nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons.
  • Legislation forbids nuclear weapons entirely.
  • (1945), a book detailing the dangers of nuclear weapons.

chemical weapons

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  • India declared its stock of chemical weapons in June 1997.
  • It was once a center for the manufacture of chemical weapons.
  • Some resisted and were reportedly sprayed with chemical weapons.

weapons of mass

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  • Buffett called them 'financial weapons of mass destruction.'
  • Further, it called for "the power" to "banish nuclear weapons of mass destruction from our land".
  • Iraq's alleged possession of weapons of mass destruction was presented as immediate threat to the United States.

new weapons

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  • The game introduced a new damage interface and new weapons and tracks.
  • These new weapons would completely reverse fortunes of the Maratha rebels.
  • The map includes new weapons and power-ups intended to expand the experience.

weapons such

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  • New weapons such as Monkey Bombs were also added.
  • The Time Lord can jump, punch, and use period weapons such as swords and guns.
  • Some were tossed for fun while others were used as weapons such as the discus.

heavy weapons

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  • Some heavy weapons were dropped in special parachute containers.
  • They also lacked heavy weapons.
  • They find an urban environment where apes armed with heavy weapons hunt humans.

other weapons

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  • Schneiderman brings a rocket launcher, among other weapons.
  • But also she’s stronger, so she can work with other weapons than I had.
  • The police seized four bags of explosives, anti-infantry mines and other weapons.

automatic weapons

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  • MOVE members shot at the police, who returned fire with automatic weapons.
  • They fired at Mary McGlinchey with automatic weapons, shooting her in the face.
  • They were provided with automatic weapons, and girls were frequently abducted as sex slaves.

biological weapons

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  • U.S. biological weapons stocks were destroyed over the next few years.
  • Section 817 of the Patriot Act expands the biological weapons statute.
  • The statement ended, unconditionally, all U.S. offensive biological weapons programs.

weapons systems

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  • They also propose constructing new air-to-ground weapons systems.
  • Tested possible modifications for various weapons systems, 1988–.
  • Mission was service testing, training and demonstrations of weapons systems under development.

weapons and ammunition

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  • The checkpoint was looted for weapons and ammunition before the attackers fled the scene.
  • Another reason was to disrupt the consignment of weapons and ammunition into inner Anatolia.
  • Instead the funding would be used to provide weapons and ammunition to rebel groups already in place.

weapons program

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E.g.
  • He also dismantled South Africa's nuclear weapons program.
  • Also criticized was the entire idea of a modern American chemical weapons program.
  • They also agreed to pursue the six-party talks over North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

weapons used

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  • The weapons used by the populace were clubs and knives.
  • Only the oldest weapons used a combination of top-cradle and sliding recoil.
  • The weapons used in the conflict are often arrows and axes, rather than guns.

weapons and equipment

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  • Therefore, most of Canadian weapons and equipment during the war was imported from either Britain or the US.
  • There are weapons and equipment at their disposal, from offensive systems to defensive drones and satellites.
  • The series features fully posable military and licensed 12-inch figures with cloth uniforms, weapons and equipment.

weapons against

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  • The cornered criminal is ready to use weapons against a police officer.
  • Authorities charged him with "insurrection" and "inciting people to take up weapons against state".
  • Dooman was opposed to the use of atomic weapons against Japan and a strong advocate for retaining the Emperor.

atomic weapons

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  • "The atomic weapons ... will not permit the world to wait."
  • She captured Wonder Woman and created a Phantasm of her to steal Earth's atomic weapons.
  • The novel "Dune" discusses atomic weapons, and its sequel "Dune Messiah" employs one called a Stone Burner.

nuclear weapons program

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  • He also dismantled South Africa's nuclear weapons program.
  • They also agreed to pursue the six-party talks over North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
  • The North began building a nuclear reactor in 1963, and it began a nuclear weapons program in the 1980s.

such weapons

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  • Further such weapons would be supplied by the US "on our own timeline".
  • This is a theoretical risk, and such weapons have not been used by terrorists.
  • Against such weapons massed concentrations of armour and troops would no longer be a virtue but a liability.

variety of weapons

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  • He is also an excellent shot with a variety of weapons.
  • The "asbaran" cavalry was armed with a variety of weapons.
  • The ground forces are equipped with a variety of weapons and vehicles.

assault weapons

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  • It also included a subsection of assault weapons ban for a ten-year period.
  • He believes strongly in one's right to bear arms and calls for a permanent lift on assault weapons bans.
  • At a town hall near Parkland, supporters passed out red bumper stickers calling for an assault weapons ban.

various weapons

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E.g.
  • Tested possible modifications for various weapons systems, 1988–.
  • The various weapons each have their own advantages and disadvantages.
  • Jack also learned a lot about the use of various weapons, including the bolas.

modern weapons

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E.g.
  • In 2015, a US$200m loan was ratified by Russia for the purchase of modern weapons between 2015 and 2017.
  • Over the 20th century, this increased firepower was due almost entirely to the higher rate of fire of modern weapons.
  • Though this manoeuvre cut Ture off from Sierra Leone and Liberia, his last sources of modern weapons, it also delayed French pursuit.

weapons training

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  • She also took weapons training.
  • Duignan states he received weapons training while in the organization.
  • The group gives Dani tactical weapons training and plans on how to ambush the Rev-9.

weapons testing

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  • The M139 bomblet was used by the U.S. Army in at least two instances of chemical weapons testing.
  • Yamane believes that if nuclear weapons testing continues, another Godzilla may rise in the future.
  • Since negotiations with the other owners completed, the Navy has used the range for weapons testing at high speeds.

different weapons

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E.g.
  • The coroner reported that Stilwell had been shot by five different weapons.
  • Players are given the option to equip from seven different weapons; including Sidewinder missiles.
  • After learning how to use different weapons, she fought bravely against the enemy during World War I.

melee weapons

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  • Moro men in the crater who had arms possessed melee weapons.
  • From there, gamers would eventually begin to call the weapons used in that stage "melee weapons".
  • Rick offers to help the prisoners clear a cell block and he, Daryl, and T-Dog provide them melee weapons as they show them how to fight off walkers.

special weapons

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  • The Tactical Team serves as the special weapons and tactics unit of the highway patrol.
  • The Sheriff’s Office also has a Special Response Team (SRT), who have been trained in special weapons and tactics.
  • Until the 1990s, the 6th Light Infantry Division in Alaska was still using the M67 in its special weapons platoons.

use of weapons

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  • In addition to jujutsu, many schools teach the use of weapons.
  • They must take exercise and get training in the use of weapons.
  • Citizens were encouraged to train in the use of weapons, and this activity was also taught in schools.

conventional weapons

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  • It is normally fought using conventional weapons, and not with chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons.
  • Due to the light weight of the projectile, the gas port tapped gas earlier in the barrel than conventional weapons.
  • The B-1 has deployed an array of conventional weapons in war zones, most notably the GBU-31, Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM).

weapons and other

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  • Meanwhile, Russia was supplying weapons and other aid to Ethiopia.
  • An emphasis was placed on the manufacture of weapons and other military material.
  • Most skeletons were found to be buried with red ochre, white quartz pebbles, weapons and other ornaments.

concealed weapons

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  • When they were arrested, they reportedly had concealed weapons on them without permits.
  • Possession of a swordstick is prohibited in Belgium as it falls under concealed weapons.
  • The Taliban used concealed weapons to start the Battle of Qala-i-Jangi against the guards.

weapons during

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  • Iraq massively used chemical weapons during Iran–Iraq War, and so far, Kurdish people are the biggest victims of chemical weapons.
  • In the "Battle" mode, up to four players can fight customized battles, launching weapons during combat in one of seven special battle arenas.
  • Deseret Test Center The Deseret Test Center was a U.S. Army operated command in charge of testing chemical and biological weapons during the 1960s.

all weapons

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  • The superstructure and all weapons were removed, leaving only the hull.
  • In 1957 the surviving B-17s had been stripped of all weapons and painted black.
  • The demo had a level cap of three, and had only three stages, although all weapons were available for use.

military weapons

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  • In 2012, they called for a redeployment of military weapons in South Korea to counter deployments in North Korea.
  • This capability is most commonly found on military weapons of the 20th and 21st centuries, most notably the assault rifles.
  • Bannerman's sales of military weapons to civilians declined during the early 20th century as a result of state and federal legislation.

tools and weapons

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  • Historically, bones were used in Taloyoak to make tools and weapons.
  • The realm developed irrigation schemes, used plows, grew millet, and made iron tools and weapons.
  • Iron tools and weapons were not produced by the Wanda, these being traded in, mostly from the Fipa.

weapons including

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  • NDFB have a sizeable number of sophisticated weapons including AK-series rifles.
  • She became skilled in the use of a variety of weapons including grenades and machine guns.
  • Those inside were attacked with a variety of weapons including grenades, guns, and machetes.

weapons and armor

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  • Lea provides enchanted weapons and armor for Harry and his companions.
  • Upon slaying a monster, the players or NPCs can "purify" the monster, which collects items useful in upgrading weapons and armor.
  • Yang quickly recruited fit men from the city's population to strengthen the troops defending the city, providing them with weapons and armor.

weapons tests

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E.g.
  • The Soviet Union conducted over 400 nuclear weapons tests at the Semipalatinsk Test Site between 1949 and 1989.
  • On 29 April 1946, "Enola Gay" left Roswell as part of the Operation Crossroads nuclear weapons tests in the Pacific.
  • In 1946, he was present at Operation Crossroads, observing nuclear weapons tests on a fleet of 90 Navy vessels at Bikini Atoll.

gunpowder weapons

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  • A reference from 1331 describes an attack mounted by two Germanic knights on Cividale del Friuli, using gunpowder weapons of some sort.
  • The practice comes from a time when all gunpowder weapons had distinctive names, including the culverin, serpentine, falcon, falconet, etc.
  • The use of gunpowder weapons cemented the European military advantage over the peoples they sought to subjugate in the Americas and elsewhere.

no weapons

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  • Until April 1915 they had no weapons with to train.
  • Until April 1915, they had no weapons with to train.
  • Unlike other adventure games, there are no weapons or combat.

tactical nuclear weapons

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E.g.
  • This panel advocated using tactical nuclear weapons as a standard part of the United States defense arsenal.
  • The weapons technician rating was disestablished in 1995 concurrent with the removal of tactical nuclear weapons from the fleet.
  • The PLA was believed to have atomic demolition munitions, and there were unconfirmed reports that it also had tactical nuclear weapons.

weapons development

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E.g.
  • It was commissioned as HMS Birnbeck, and was used for secret weapons development and storage with testing.
  • On 30 April 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran to pursue a program of nuclear weapons development.
  • On 1 May 1942, the group's three original squadrons were disbanded as it focused on weapons development rather than tactics.

types of weapons

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  • He saw various types of weapons hanging on the walls and also witnessed the purchase of their next batch by Jewish fighters.
  • Hồ Nguyên Trừng played a role in the Ming-Hồ war where he led the army of Dai Ngu (Hồ dynasty) as well as invented various new types of weapons for Dai Ngu military.
  • Agreement has also been reached with Turkish company Aselsan on the production of some types of defence output in Azerbaijan, specifically the latest types of weapons' sights.

illegal weapons

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  • Meanwhile, Dr. Lieberman is arrested by the British when they learn the camp has stored illegal weapons within the children's village.
  • Al-Roumi was one of the main proponents of the bill, which makes it easier for police to obtain a warrant to search a private house for illegal weapons.
  • The Philippine military intensified operations in 2003, following the arrest of a Filipino-American who was alleged to have sold illegal weapons to the group.
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