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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of militarize.
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- adj. Equipped with eapons; armed; -- used of persons, regions, or the military. Contrasted to
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- adj. issued military arms
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Haq, former head of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence, said neither Pakistan nor the west had managed to defeat the Taliban with what he called a militarized counterinsurgency strategy.
We even went down to what the Hezbollah fighters call the militarized zone, which is the combat area in the south.
But a "militarized" world without nuclear weapons would also be untenable, he suggested, since it would leave other nations potentially vulnerable to U.S. military power.
Nor would I buy or recommend any rifle, "militarized" or otherwise, as a sole self-defense weapon.
The police have been "militarized" over the last decade and we are seeing the results.
I am not 'militarized' today, so I may be suckin 'canal water ... but it seems we are now so well trained and (dare I say .. controlled?
The first major English-speaking spheres were trade and militarized colonial expansion, but the impetus has been increasingly commercial, and increasingly sparked by made-in-the-USA technology.
Worse, it has been poorly militarized without defined goals.
How are prisoners held in a maximum security facility in a highly militarized zone of Cuba a flight risk?
Rejecting the broad consensus of arms control advocates that the Middle East is too militarized already and that the Saudis already possess military capabilities well in excess of their legitimate security needs, the Obama administration is effectively insisting that this volatile region does not yet have enough armaments and that the United States must send even more.