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“It was regarded as a well-defended building," he said.”
“A new chief executive came in with a different strategy, focusing on a part of the market that wasn't so well-defended.”
“Washington proposed building three or four large, well-defended works from which patrols could range out; a few large garrisons would be easier to supply.”
“However, the latest attack on such a well-defended hotel, which is impossible to approach without going through at least two security checkpoints, is embarrassing to the Afghan government as it prepares to take responsibility for security in Kabul province as part of much vaunted "transition" strategy.”
“Secondly, you can't the more well-defended (as would happen if it was primarily privately financed) areas be areas that aren't as useful to keeping the war machine running.”
“It was surrounded by sheer slopes several thousand feet high with only one precipitous and well-defended path to the top.”
“Mauritanian army spokesman Colonel Teyib Ould Brahim says there were casualties on both sides when Mauritanian and Malian troops attacked a well-defended al-Qaida camp in the Wagadou forest region.”
“Bitter fighting on the Gallipoli peninsula reprised the deadlock on the Western Front as British, Australian and New Zealand troops sought to break well-defended Turkish lines.”
“If Scott meant to get into the city itself his soldiers had to breach Mexican fortifications at two well-defended garitas gates: Belén Gate and San Cosme Gate.”
“I have no doubt that conservative politicians and pundits have a subjective desire to see the country well-defended, but their objective interests point in the other direction.”
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