- n. Plural form of munition.
“Indeed, she says, the fact that they were accompanied by arms and munitions is what caused the Nigerians to ban the aid missions.”
“In “Predator,” Schwarzenegger demonstrated (admirably) that he was not only a leader of men, but also quite adept at making munitions from the bosom of nature.”
“I remember the day a couple Airmen decided to take one of the all terrain munitions cranes across an ATV/snow mobile trail and buried it to the frame plus!”
“If all mustard and sarin munitions are illegal the world around, then the US is in direct violation of international law.”
“But women on the home front didn't only work on assembly lines in munitions plants.”
“Canada's policy of granting access to Canadian ports by Allied naval vessels, some of which may be equipped to carry nuclear munitions, is criticised by those who would ban nuclear weapons from our waters.”
“I appreciate the fact that to most people the production of munitions is a prosaic business.”
“While I realize that our ability to turn out munitions is dependent on the co-operation of Labour, I have no worry on that score.”
“Time will not permit of my speaking to you of our contribution in munitions, in food, and in ships.”
“During the Canadian rebellion of 1837 Americans along the border expressed openly their sympathy for the insurgents who secured arms and munitions from the American side.”
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