- n. Plural form of defense.
“With his title defenses headlining the card, WWE started setting attendance records at the Boston Garden and Philadelphia Spectrum.”
“I have seen both of his title defenses since then and they have been boring.”
“The title defenses were against Dusty Rhodes, Magnum T.A.,”
“Poland and the Czech Republic had based much of their future security policy on getting the missile defenses from the United States.”
“In the absence of better evidence, vaccines and antivirals must be viewed as only partial and uncertain defenses against the flu.”
“The very unique architecture described as a weakness in restoring systems after an attack, the fact that every company has a different set of defenses, is a benefit.”
“Because alcoholic family systems are often steeped in defenses such as denial and minimization, they may actively resist talking about the fear and anxiety they are experiencing.”
“Skeptics say he needs to improve his blocking, but his size and uncanny ability to find openings in defenses will certainly get interest.”
“The champion's last four title defenses have been as perplexing as his first few were thrilling, and many have wondered how we got to this point.”
“As middleweight title defenses began to mount up, Silva sought fresh challenges in the light-heavyweight division.”
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