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offensive weapon

any article made or adapted for use for causing injury to a person or intended by the person having it with him for such use by him. A razor is not an offensive weapon in its own right but could be such if intended by the person to be used as such. Any person who, without lawful authority or reasonable excuse, the proof being on that person, has with him in any public place any offensive weapon is guilty of an offence.
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Hanson offers a series of battle narratives, from Salamis to Tet, illustrating his view of freedom as a military asset. In so doing, he turns everybody's "freedom" into the same value, despite disclaimers to the contrary: "What frightened Cortes's men about the Aztecs, aside from the continual sacrificial slaughter on the Great Pyramid, is what frightened the Greeks about Xerxes, the Venetians about the Ottomans, the British about the Zulus, and the Americans about the Japanese: the subservience of the individual to the state."
"When army came to Manmohan Singh ji and said we want to retaliate, he (Singh) said we need to keep it a secret for our own purposes," he said adding that there were three strikes during the UPA regime and they were kept a secret as a military asset.
One common use for military asset tracking is filling out the document electronically and then printing a hard copy for gathering signatures.
MIL-PRF-32348 Type III, Class I Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) Powder Topcoat in Black 37030, Green 383 34094 and Tan 686A 33446 for registration on the Qualified Products Database, and may be applied to any military asset.
As an example, he cited an off-the-shelf software program designed originally to keep track of inventory and now is being sold as a security information system to track military assets. One hospital, for instance, is getting funding for a long-planned expansion of its emergency room by billing itself as a "first responder" in cases of terrorist attacks.
First, this is essentially a global battle to secure, maintain and extend American interests, particularly military assets. Second, it is being conducted in a climate of lumpen word usage so that even George Bush can understand what his generals and advisers are saying.
"Civil security is not an effective use of NATO's valuable military assets," he said at the Brussels, Belgium, meeting.
IT and military strategists are predicting that all soldiers in combat will eventually be using handheld phones and minicomputers to connect to a wireless communications network to track other units on the ground and military assets in the air and at sea.
He claims that North Korea probably intends to secure near-term deterrence to a US attack through two military assets: missile submarines and special forces units, although he admits that this strategy may seem unlikely to other analysts.
Okinawa supports the Pentagon's interventionist capacity not only in the Pacific but also in the Mideast, as do other Pacific military assets of the United States.
Mujiv Hataman is seeking an investigation into the deaths of three military assets during a joint police operation in the town of Hadji Muhammad Ajul in his province, which appeared to have no coordination with senior officials of the armed forces.
'This exercise is to test the efficiency and ability of the TUDM fighter jet pilots in flying their aircraft and accuracy in firing the weapons,' the Air Force said, and added that is also ensuring that the military assets are in tip-top condition to protect Malaysian airspace.
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