- Surface analysis is military + -ia (“things (plural)”). (Wiktionary)
- military + -ia2. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“You can't get too far into the realm of new-old timepieces without encountering militaria.”
“It has a huge choice of cheap children's stories, activity and learning books and large militaria and history ranges.”
“Meanwhile, on June 30, London auctioneer Thomas Del Mar's arms, armor and militaria sale in association with Sotheby's was 90% sold.”
“These three men are wrong, they are an embarasment to Our Country, and I hope that Prime Minister Harper wipes the floor with them in the next general election. h\t: Mr.C. Labels: Canada, militaria, Rants posted by Reg at 12: 33 AM”
“Labels: militaria posted by Fenris Badwulf at 4: 22 AM”
“Labels: Friday Night Female Flesh, invasion america, militaria, Team Mitchieville posted by Reg at 8: 50 AM”
“Five years ago, Mr Vernay donated his entire collection of World War I memorabilia — which comprises 22,000 objects of militaria, 30,000 documents and 6,000 books — to a new French museum devoted to the Great War.”
“Whereas World War II or Napoleonic-era militaria are popular with collectors world-wide, enthusiasm for WWI memorabilia is predominantly a French thing.”
“I'm thinking a bit more about my collecting these days after the controversy that erupted over Marc Garlasco of Human Rights Watch, who collects World War II German militaria.”
“Unfortunately, to collect German militaria from 1933 to 1945 likely means accumulating -- different from "collecting" -- items with Nazi imagery.”
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