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ordnance

[′ȯrd·nəns]
(engineering)
Military materiel, such as combat weapons of all kinds, with ammunition and equipment for their use, vehicles, and repair tools and machinery.
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Over the past year, ANAMA defused up to93 million square meters of the Azerbaijan's territory, detectingand defusing35,117 unexploded ordnance (UXOs), 204 anti-tank mines and 35 anti-personnel mines.
Polska Grupa, Poland and Pakistan Ordnance Factories declared that they will intensively negotiate collaboration in the field of ammunitions procurement, supplies and related technology to Pakistan Ordnance Factories, POF.
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Ordnance on March 30, and the same day USO sent a list, outlining its expenses.
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But if Ordnance Row can bounce back anywhere it's at his favourite course, where he tackles the Listed Sportingbet.
Coan said the state police bomb squad assigned to the state fire marshal's office packed the eight pieces of ordnance in sand in the back of a state-owned dump truck and hauled it away about 2 a.
ZipPrint owner Bill Jourdain predicts the Ordnance Survey Mapping and Data Centre contract will be worth more than pounds 60,000 a year.
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