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  • Even after allowing for an element of du - plication in German intelligence figures, this force cannot have amounted to less than eighteen hundred tanks, of which about six hundred were of the formidable new type T 34/85.


  • Hitler envisaged a mixture of British India and the Roman Empire: "A new type of man will take shape, real masters ... viceroys."


  • NASA is developing a new type of spacecraft, called Orion, which it hopes will take us back to the Moon and possibly beyondto the red planet, Mars.

    George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt

  • Homer mattered because he was the first step into space for the human racehe was the front-runner for a whole new type of space exploration that might lead to people living on another planet.

    George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt

  • A particularly interesting investigation representing a new type of organizational innovativeness study was reported by Alan D. Meyer and James B. Goes 1988.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Armstrong managed to land safely, the few control difficulties related to operating the new type of trim tab that had just been installed on his sidestick controller.

    First Man

  • He was assigned to translate the records of Friend, and was able to determine that it was an Omearan Starsearcher rather than a new type of Borg ship, as the da Vinci crew feared Hard Crash.

    Miracle Workers

  • By the 1950s, well-meaning social reformers promoted a new type of Radiant City housing, in which high-rise apartments replaced houses, balconies replaced backyards, and open space replaced streets and sidewalks.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • The book described a new type of Sisterhood designed according to the promulgations of Vatican II set forth by Pope John Paul XXIII.

    The Grace to Race

  • "Germanys building a new type of submarine," said Andy anxiously.

    The War with the Newts


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