battle formation


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battle formation

nschieramento di battaglia
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Hopefully, fans would get to see Wishiwashi's scho form in action, since this creature is regarded as the demon of the sea and is said to be a ferocious PokAaAaAeA@mon that can unite with its fell Wishiwashi to make a huge battle formation.
After an hour or two, a huge mass of police suddenly appeared, cordoning off the small street, in relentless battle formation.
Beginning with a beautifully balanced broad opening, solemn and stately from strings and poignant woodwind but soon to disintegrate into battle formation.
France shows that this ship paralleled the infantry battle formation of the time--lines of musket-armed men who marched up to within fifty or so yards of the enemy.
Since hand-to-hand combat was not considered part of military [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], (17) the ability to keep the battle formation of the phalanx [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]] (18) seems the next best candidate.
It's not conventional warfare with two sides lined up in battle formation.
When he was smaller he'd arrange toy soldiers in battle formation across his bedroom carpet.
They used a battle formation known as the maniple, similar to the Macedonian phalanx, but looser and more flexible and therefore effective on a variety of terrains.
All these scripted plans assumed the same basic battle formation, a focused concentration of offensive power.
Late in the hot afternoon of 21 July 1798, Napoleon stood before the French army, arrayed in battle formation on the plains of the west bank of the Nile, between the great pyramids of Giza and the village of Imbaba.
The Harrier pilot said he'd been flying with two other Harriers in battle formation on a low-level sortie and he did not see the approaching helicopter.

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