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militarily

mi luh te ruh lee

  • r  with respect to the military
    on a militarily significant scale

  • By the time Reagan made a serious run for the presidency, in 1976, it was easy to think the Soviets might conquer America militarily.
  • Let's just say that the Russian military brass have long felt the same way about Ukraine and Georgia being militarily integrated into a rival alliance.
  • After a pause, he replied, "I do not know much about Kemal Pasha, but I would like to do for Korea what he did for Turkey--make it economically strong and militarily secure.
News & Articles

  • Books: 'The Heist' makes for a fun summer read
    Militarily skilled FBI agent Kate O'Hare crosses into uncharted waters in a unique undercover arrangement with wanted fugitive Nick Fox, who is earning his freedom by using his con-artist skills to bring in bigger fish.
    July 7, 2013 - Tulsa World
Quotes

  • Angela Merkel in Washington Post
    After her own talks with the president later in the afternoon, Merkel said: "We have a great responsibility here. We want to carry our share of the responsibility militarily _ in the area of civil reconstruction and in police training."
  • Tzipi Livni in BBC News
    The AFP news agency quoted Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni saying: "Things must be clear - Israel reserves the right to react militarily against the tunnels once and for all."

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