lethal weapons


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As he went down the wall, lizard fashion, I wished I had a gun or some lethal weapon, that I might destroy him.
There was no lethal weapon at hand, but I seized a shovel which the workmen had been using to fill the cases, and lifting it high, struck, with the edge downward, at the hateful face.
We have crossed the Rubicon, this is lethal weapons and I predict more will be coming," the newspaper cited a senior congressional official.
Unlike lethal weapons that can cause casualties, non-lethal weapons are used to reduce fatalities to a large extent.
Brussels -- Chairman Kashmir Council EU expressed serious concerns over the use of lethal weapons by Indian troops and police personnel against peaceful people in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK).
53) Navy boarding teams use non-lethal and lethal weapons when searching suspect vessels.
It is often understood that accidental, incidental and correlative casualties are risked wherever force is applied, but less lethal weapons try to minimize the risk as much as possible.
The team of Indian military and civilian officials has arrived in Afghanistan weeks after President Hamid Karzai raised the issue of supply of lethal weapons with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during a visit to New Delhi.
The Lord Chief Justice said offenders who provide safe hiding places for lethal weapons make a "significant" contribution to the use of firearms on the streets and elsewhere.
Current battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan conjure up images of Soldiers engaged in combat using the latest in lethal weapons technology.
We're taking lethal weapons off the streets,'' Delgadillo said.
Dehumanized and made abstract through technologically generated images, the human suffering caused by lethal weapons is being depicted as if it were merely a computer simulation, as if men, women and children who were walking on Abu Talib Street in Baghdad a day ago and who have now been charred beyond recognition were not real human beings with feelings, desires and aspirations, but merely caricatures designed by a computer graphics program.