tank trap


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tank trap

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(Military) any obstacle, such as a number of concrete stumps set in the ground, designed to stop a military tank
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The chapter on the 1939 campaign is lackluster, and her account of the Battle of Mokra wrongly claims that the Polish cavalry charged the Germans when in fact the outnumbered Poles successfully drew the Fourth Panzer Division into a tank trap (63).
Sometimes said roadworks leave behind a worse situation than they found, such as the notorious tank trap hole on the descent of Gledholt Bank.
Another example of that legislative tank trap, the Law of Unintended Consequences at work, maybe?
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The extensive tank trap and the vehicles parked behind the bluff are obvious, and would likely be seen by any tactical UAV equipped with a video camera.
What's a GI to think, crouched behind the iron obstacle that is his only protection from withering German fire, when told the tank trap must be cleared by one of his side's engineers?
He covered a football pitch tirelessly, tackled like a tank trap, scored 20 goals a season and could pass and dribble.
Most fouls have been awarded against tank trap tackler McCann - but notably Ferguson is just two fouls behind in second place.
I was hauled from the mudbath - known as the Tank Trap.
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One outstanding grave concern is the condition of Belmont Drive which is so dangerous taxi drivers refuse to pick up even disabled and elderly passengers there as we have potholes fitting the former Berlin Wall tank traps.
e golden sands which had attracted thousands of holidaymakers to these seaside resorts were quickly placed out of bounds and barbed wire, mines, and tank traps replaced the bucket and spades Billy enlisted again, but this time, he chose to serve with the Entertainment National Service Association ENSA - (cheekily referred to by servicemen as "every night something awful").