- n. Plural form of capability.
“You not only need conventional forces to do the heavy lifting, as described and as we've seen in Fallujah, and that will be followed by operations elsewhere, but you also need to have, immediately on heels of those successes, you have to have what we call capabilities and forces on the ground to conduct post-combat operations, relief forces, and the ability to start the reconstruction and the rebuilding that's going to follow the destruction that occurs.”
“I now stream music (one song at a time) off my local drive via the browser using the built-in capabilities of the Pogoplug.”
“A 32gig iPad with WiFi and 3G capabilities is running me $729. source: gizmodo. com”
“For Beijing, however, the carrier's short-term capabilities are less important than its symbolic significance, especially for Communist Party leaders courting military support ahead of a leadership change next year.”
“PS: I learned about the search engine capabilities from a group of starving Pygmies in New Guinea ...”
“We have largely ignored it, and building our military capabilities is not responding to that threat.”
“A good examination of crossbows and their capabilities is in the book Crossbow Hunting which was published by Stackpole and available from bookstores and Amazon. com.”
“Signing missile reduction treaties with Russia while they're making deals with Venezuela to help them gain nuclear capabilities is not defending our nation.”
“And unless your going to have a complete integration of the territories into Israel a Palestinian government with those capabilities is going to be needed.”
“The estimated cost of upgrading defense systems to utilize the latest Glonass capabilities is $270 million.”
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