opposing forces

opposing forces

Those forces used in an enemy role during NATO exercises. See also force(s).
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There had long been a truce between the opposing forces, but according to the Guide-Book, Raynauld of Chatillon, Lord of Kerak, broke it by plundering a Damascus caravan, and refusing to give up either the merchants or their goods when Saladin demanded them.
Again he was brought face to face with that opposing force.
The sole aim of each of us was to hurl one of the opposing force into the sea.
The proclamation is a reminder that civic participation and religious observance should not be opposing forces and that the free exercise of religion is a source of personal and national stability.
However, his battalion faced heavy resistance from the opposing forces present in the Uri sector as the soldiers pushed forward to take over a well-guarded enemy position.
I wanted to look at how nature creates with opposing forces, becoming the ultimate regenerator through cycles of death and re-birth.
There are opposing forces at work within the ECB which will keep the market volatile, writes Markus Allenspach, Head Fixed Income Research, Julius Baer
The concerned government officials did not have the guts to fight strong opposing forces.
The opposing forces have been dealt with and the situation is under control after support received from the army," the statement added.
The temporary truce , which went into effect Tuesday, was meant to allow for humanitarian aid to reach Yemeni civilians following weeks of airstrikes and ground clashes between opposing forces.
The Syrians are not the only ones that have used cyber ability to control opposing forces.
A delineation was agreed between the opposing forces, but Kiev recalled the signature of its representative, Gen.