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strong·point

 (strông′point′)
n.
A military stronghold.

strongpoint

(ˈstrɒŋˌpɔɪnt)
n
1. (Military) a location that is by its site and nature easily defended
2. (Military) a spot in a defensive position that is heavily defended
Translations

strongpoint

[ˈstrɒŋpɔɪnt] Nfuerte m, puesto m fortificado
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They already have the smallest squad of any of the big-six clubs and, surprisingly for a team that won the title last season, they don't have vast reserves of experience either, which has always been a Chelsea strongpoint.
Then, having opened a new strongpoint in one military unit and military vehicle park in another, the defense minister checked the level of combat readiness of military equipment.
The fort itself was protected by another major strongpoint a short distance to the northeast.
At its peak, the Danube was its northern border in Europe, Tunisia its western strongpoint, the Caucasus and Iraq in Asia, and the Arabian Peninsula in the south.
Lieutenant Colonel Mike Beale, of the NZDF, visited the excavation and placed a wreath on a German strongpoint.
This suited On Vacation and John Dawson down to the ground as the pair stayed on to fend off early pace setter Strongpoint and Jack Andrews.
Kennedy, who rode Clarcam, said yesterday: "Once we came to the third-last we could see the cars all right," while Andrew Lynch, who rode third-placed Strongpoint, added: "Coming to the third-last we could see a row of cars and I was just hoping they would get out of the way.
Residuals have always been a MINI strongpoint, so your Clubman should retain a good chunk of its value when you come to sell.
A particular strongpoint of the book is the fact that each chapter has the same structure making it easy for readers to compare cultural differences in fatherhood from one country to the next.
A small, but select field for this trappy handicap, but I'm happy enough to row in with Irish raider STRONGPOINT (3.
Maintaining cleanliness and hygiene has not always been a strongpoint of Indian Railways which is one of the world's largest railway networks that employ over 1.
The platoon came under heavy fire from a German strongpoint.