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non mi luh te ree

  • a  not associated with soldiers or the military
    fatigue duty involves nonmilitary labor

  • True, Administration officials have said that pre-emption can take nonmilitary forms.
  • The Real Cancun is The Real World as if it were on Cinemax: all the drama plus cursing, nudity and an innovative, nonmilitary use of an infrared camera.
  • As an employee of Blackwater USA, a private company hired by the Pentagon to provide security for nonmilitary personnel in Iraq, Zovko recently returned to a war zone: Iraq's Sunni .
News & Articles

  • Billions wasted on hostile countries
    The United States pays out over $12 billion every year in nonmilitary aid, according to figures I received from Rep. Reid Ribble. Meanwhile, other politicians, such as Rep.
    June 19, 2013 - Green Bay Press-Gazette
  • Drone Software’s Future Sky High?
    DreamHammer looks to direct its drone software into use for nonmilitary functions.
    June 17, 2013 - Los Angeles Business Journal

  • Barack Obama in CBS News
    We need more troops, more helicopters, better intelligence-gathering and more nonmilitary assistance to accomplish the mission there,Obama said.
  • Sherard Cowper-Coles in International Herald Tribune
    We very much believe that there is no military solution. Equally there is no entirely nonmilitary solution,Cowper-Coles said. "We've got to keep up the military pressure on the Taliban, but at the same time we've got to use the other...
  • George Galloway in International Herald Tribune
    This is therefore an argument about the funding of a political campaign to lift nonmilitary sanctions on Iraq, which killed 1 million people, and to stop the rush to a war which has cost the lives of hundreds of thousands more,Galloway said.

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