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The unguided Light Weapons Market consists of heavy machine guns, light cannons, recoilless rifles, MANPATS, grenade launchers, infantry mortars, grenades, and landmines.
75-inch Hydra-70 unguided rockets using the standard M260/261 launchers.
Allied intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets have detected the launch of a number of unguided, short-range ballistic missiles inside Syria this week.
The weapon is the result of adding a mid-body guidance unit to the Hyrda 70 unguided rocket.
So Plantinga seems right in making the point that Dennett's personal incredulity won't work as an argument against theistic responses to these questions since "the vast majority of the world's population find theism perfectly sensible," (60) and they also find it very difficult to accept that the wonderful diversity of life on earth, including the human brain, came about through unguided evolution.
A careful reading of Dawkins reveals, however, that while he claims he will show that evolution is incompatible with belief in God, what he actually argues for is that it is possible that all life forms were produced by unguided evolution.
And, I'm proud to say that these were on unguided hunts, and I killed all of them with a recurve or compound.
Bouchet (project leader, France Telecom) offers a complete overview of wireless optical communication (communication based on unguided propagation of optical waves) including applications of this technique, relevant challenges and benefits, and various applicable standards and safety concerns.
The Su-35, powered by two 117S engines with thrust vectoring, combines high maneuverability and the capability to effectively engage several air targets simultaneously using both guided and unguided missiles and weapon systems.
75-inch rocket, converts the Hydra 70mm unguided rocket into a precision guided munition through the addition of a mid-body guidance unit (WGU-59/B) developed by BAE Systems.
MI6 regarded Alastair Campbell as "somewhat of an unguided missile" in discussions about intelligence before the Iraq War, a senior intelligence officer has said.
People living under the flight path of the airport are being urged not to use the lanterns as they could bring down a plane due to how unguided and wind dependent they are.