- n. Plural form of missile.
“The technology is intended to stop attacks by detecting heat from missiles, then responding in a fraction of a second by firing laser beams to jam the missiles\ 'guidance system.”
“And while you're at it CNN, why you did NOT report what the Pentagon has stated North Korea missiles is a THREAT to USA?”
“Soon, however, the Inspector discovers he is up to his ears in missiles - and somebody wants him dead.”
“Just this week — during the media circus about the blockade-bangers — Israel caught and killed 2 groups of terrorists infiltrators, found and neutralized IEDs on the border road, and took out a team launching missiles from a northern neighborhood of Gazacity.”
“RPT says: bailey: See the good faith of folks like orca-launching missiles is the equivalent of just randomly bombing places.”
“See the good faith of folks like orca-launching missiles is the equivalent of just randomly bombing places.”
“March 26, 2010, 2: 48 pm orca says: bailey: See the good faith of folks like orca-launching missiles is the equivalent of just randomly bombing places.”
“The stakes for Japan, which has no diplomatic relations with North Korea, and for which recent tests of long-term missiles by North Korea have flown over Japanese territory, are especially high.”
“NOKOR missiles is IMPORTANT – that is a THREAT to our national security.”
““If the decision to deploy missiles is made and the radar station soon comes to exist, we will have to react, because we have not received any coherent explanations of the purpose of their actions,” he said.”
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In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
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