American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Achilles tendon.
“He took the concept that an agency ought to be an all-service organization and he built a gigantic company on this idea.”
“Those numbers all come from a sequence which is all-service.”
“Norway has moved its Operational Command Headquarters into the Arctic and purchased 48 Lockheed F-35 fighter jets for Arctic patrols, and Denmark announced plans to establish an all-service Arctic Command, an Arctic Response Force and a military buildup at the Thule airbase in Greenland, to be shared with its NATO allies.”
“An all-service honor guard carried the bronze casket onto the lift, to be taken first to Bethesda Naval Hospital for embalming and finally — in the deep stillness at 4: 30 a.m. — home to the White House.”
“And believe me it will get worse = The majority of the US citizens only wait for the chance to turn the US in a modern Europe style all-service state.”
“The majority of the US citizens only wait for the chance to turn the US in a modern Europe style all-service state.”
“When Willie Stewart opened the Stewart Travel Centre in the quiet Scottish town of Prestwick 32 years ago, he created a small, all-service agency.”
“The female driver of this all-service garbage truck is currently pinned in the truck's cabin, we're told.”
“On the way down I pulled into one of those all-service Amoco stations.”
“The company participates in military and space programs which include the all-service V22 tilt-rotor aircraft, the hard mobile launcher for the small ICBM, the short-range attack missile, airborne early warning systems and the U.S. air force advanced tactical fighter.”
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