- n. Plural form of Jericho.
“Extrapolating from analyst assessments that the most advanced Jerichos carry 750 kg (1,650 lb) conventional warheads, Abdullah Toukan of the Center for Strategic and International Studies said 42 missiles would be enough to "severely damage or demolish" Iran's core nuclear sites at Natanz, Esfahan and Arak.”
“In fact I always suspected that in the old days Jerichos found walls was so serious a problem to those hostile to biblical accuracy that they tried to run over this excellent piece of evidence with stiff about endless layers showing 9 thousand years.”
“These other Jerichos are silly attempts to undercut the excellent evidence of the city supporting the biblical witness.”
“And the saddest part is, the Jerichos are right to feel bulletproof.”
“In addition to the Jerichos, which are housed in caves and carried by mobile launchers, Israel has one of the world's top air forces with long-ranged F-15I's (Israeli version of the USAF F model) and extended range F-16's, supported by air refilling aircraft, capable of delivering nuclear weapons to Iran.”
“The Jerichos both cocked simultaneously beneath his thumbs.”
“Those childlike besiegers, however, never dreamed of guns that could blast Jerichos to pieces from seventy miles away.”
“Our modern problems are all Jerichos to us -- most of them paper ones.”
“There were three different Jerichos, on three different sites, the Jericho of Joshua, the Jericho of Herod, and the Jericho of the Crusades.”
“We have Jerichos to reduce, and kingdoms to subdue, under the sceptre and government of Jesus Christ: we have justice to execute, and the mouths of lions to stop: we have a violent fire to quench, a sharp edged sword to escape, Popish alien armies to fight with; and we (comparatively to these mighty works) are but weak.”
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