rearm : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v arm again
After the war, the defeated country was not rearmed by the victors
- v arm anew
After the war, the defeated country was not allowed to rearm
- The debate over whether Japan should rearm is moot: Japan has long since rearmed and is capable of striking far beyond its borders.
- Israel has insisted that a cease-fire be "sustainable" by ensuring that Hamas is unable to rearm itself.
- Thatcher warmly encouraged Reagan to rearm and thereby bring Russia to the negotiating table.
News & Articles
- Atty. Mark O’Mara: Zimmerman Will Get His Gun Back, Has ‘Even More Reason Now’ To Carry It
George Zimmerman is about to get his gun back, and defense attorney Mark O'Mara says he has "even more reason" to carry it on him now that many are angry over his acquittal. "Even more reason now, isn't there?" O'Mara said, when asked by ABC News if ZImmerman was intending to rearm himself now that he is a free man. "There are a lot of people out there who actually hate him, though they shouldn ...
July 14, 2013 - Mediaite
- Sergey Lavrov in USA Today
NATO "is trying to make a victim of the aggressor, to absolve of guilt a criminal regime, to save a collapsed regime; and is taking a course to rearm the current leaders of Georgia," Lavrov said.
- Mark Regev in Boston Globe
Israel will not accept a situation where Hamas gets a temporary period of quiet just to rearm and regroup and that ends with further rocket barrages on Israel,Mark Regev, a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, told Reuters.
- Sean McCormack in Chicago Tribune
The essential element of this is to inhibit the ability of Hamas to rearm, so:you're not back in the same situation six months from now,said Sean McCormack, the chief State Department spokesman.