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big guns

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a means of persuading or arguing

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Even without the old artillery pieces marking out the beginning and end of the day, Sidon's old city remains a popular destination for those celebrating Ramadan.
While this is an over simplification of the technology, keep in mind that, like artillery pieces, it is scalable.
Blocking the path was a 3-inch artillery piece, stuck in the mud, in the middle of the roadway.
Six-year-old Nathaniel Stevens, of Scott Street, Bootle, fired the gun that started the race, making him the youngest person ever to be in charge of an artillery piece.
Despite the clear delineation--seen in most lexicons--writers and speakers of news regularly misspeak when this particular artillery piece is mentioned.
It is the automatic field artillery piece, the 115mm-boosted rocket XM-70.
Michael Thorpe, 21, mans a 155-mm howitzer artillery piece with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force in Iraq.
They were attempting to deliver an artillery piece to the besieged French garrison at Dien Bien Phu during the French Indochina War (1945-54).
He's a big fan of the Paladin, a heavy self-propelled artillery piece that fairly screams of the need to stop the Soviets in the Fulda Gap.
From working on the farm he could drive a truck and fix an engine--or an artillery piece.
Two F/A-18 fighter jets dropped 500-pound laser-guided bombs on a mobile artillery piece near Erbil, Pentagon press secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby said in a statement.
The UK's largest artillery piece, one of 12 surviving wartime railway howitzers in the world, is being moved for exhibition in the Netherlands.
Weighing less than 4,200 kilograms, the revolutionary M777 is the world's first artillery piece to make widespread use of titanium and aluminium alloys, resulting in a howitzer that is half the weight of conventional 155mm systems.
Emerson, writing in Field Artillery magazine in 2003, asked, "Can a modern automated artillery piece (FCS cannon) be created under 20 tons?
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