İslam ve batı arasındaki ilişki yüzyıllar süren birliktelik ve ortak çalışma fakat aynı zamanda çatışma ve din savaşları içermektedir. - The relationship between Islam and the West includes centuries of co-existence and cooperation, but also conflict and religious wars.
Kış Savaşı, Finlandiya ile Sovyetler Birliği arasındaki askeri bir çatışmaydı. - The Winter War was a military conflict between Finland and the Soviet Union.
(Askeri) HARP OYUNU: Gerçek veya gerçek olduğu varsayılan bir durumu göstermek üzere belirli kural, bilgi ve usuller kullanılarak tasarlanmış, iki veya daha fazla karşıt kuvveti kapsayan bir askeri harekatın herhangi bir yolla taklit edilmesi
(Askeri) HARP BAŞLIĞI: Bir füzenin, merminin, torpidonun, roketin veya diğer mühimmatın nükleer veya termo-nükleer sistemlerini, yüksek patlayıcı sistemini, kimyasal veya biyolojik amillerini veya hasar oluşturmak amacıyla yerleştirilmiş diğer maddeleri içeren kısmı
(Askeri) SAVAŞ MALZEMESİ TEDARİK İMKANI: Savaş malzemesi tedarik planlaması amaçları için belirlenen sürede, bir harekatın başladığı günden sonra (D-day) verilen emirlerle bir endüstriyel veya diğer bir kaynaktan temin edilebilecek madde miktarı
(Askeri) HARP HAZIRLIK MALZEMESİ: Barış kuvveti malzeme mevcudunu takviye için gerekli olan ve Amerikan Hava Kuvvetleri harp planlarındaki kuvvetleri, görevleri ve faaliyetleri noksansız desteklemek için ihtiyaç duyulan malzeme
(Askeri) HARP YEDEĞİ MALZEME İHTİYACI: Şahıs malzemeleri ihtiyacının, D-gününde elde olması istenen kısmı. Bu, savaş malzemeleri ihtiyacının, D gününde elde bulunacak, barış zamanı kaynakları ve tedarik edilebilir savaş malzemesi miktarının toplamının dışında kalan ihtiyaç seviyesidir
(Askeri) MUHAFAZA EDİLEBİLEN HARP YEDEĞİ MALZEME İHTİYACI: Harp yedeği malzemeler ihtiyacının muhafaza edilmek üzere elde bulunan ve/veya önceden parası sağlanmış kısmı. Eğer barış zamanında kullanılmak üzere temin edilmemişse, derhal yerine konulmalıdır. Bu önceden yerleştirilmiş, muhafaza edilen harp yedeği malzemeleri ihtiyacı ve diğer muhafaza edilen harp yedeği malzemeleri ihtiyacından meydana gelir
(Askeri) HARP YEDEKLERİ: Bir savaş çıkması halinde meydana gelecek olan ihtiyaç artışlarını karşılamak üzere barış zamanında temin edilmiş malzeme stokları. Harp yedeklerinin amacı yeniden destek sağlanana kadar harekatı sürdürmek için gerekli olan geçici desteği sağlamaktır. Ayrıca bakınız: "materiel inventory objective", "M-day force materiel requirement", "net inventory essets", "other acquisition war reserve requirements", "other acquisition war reserve stock", "peace time force materiel requirement", "peace time materiel usage", "prepositioned war reserve requirement", "prepositioned war reserve stock", "reserve suppies", "total materiel assest", "total materiel requirement", "war materiel procurement capability", "war materiel requirement", "war reserve materiel requirement", "war reservestock (s) "
(Askeri) DURUM ODASI; HAREKAT ODASI: Bir karargahta yeni bilgilerin arzu edilen diğer ilgili bilgilerle birlikte kara, hava ve deniz durum haritaları üzerinde işlendiği bir oda. Bu odada esas itibarı ile bir durum aydınlatma, brifing ve konferans odasıdır
(Askeri) SAVAŞ ZAMANI İÇİN YEDEK MOD: Karşı kuvvetlerin elektronik savaş teçhizatının veya diğer tespit, sınıflandırma ve destek faaliyetlerinin etkisini azaltmak amacıyla gözetlenebilir elektromanyetik yayıcı parametrelerinde veya harekat usullerinde amaçlı olarak yapılan değişiklikler. Bu değişiklikler özellikle savaş zamanı veya acil durumlar için yedek olarak elde bulundurulur ve böyle bir kullanım öncesinde nadiren görülürler. Ayrıca "WARM" olarak da anılırlar
A second challenge will be to implement, with our allies, a plan of stability in the Balkans, so that the region's bitter ethnic problems can no longer be exploited by dictators and Americans do not have to cross the Atlantic again to fight in another war.
To make war; to invade or attack a state or nation with force of arms; to carry on hostilities; to be in a state by violence
a legal state created by a declaration of war and ended by official declaration during which the international rules of war apply; "war was declared in November but actual fighting did not begin until the following spring"
Welfare: Government aid (in the form of services and money) to the poor Wealth: Accumulated money and material possessions controlled by an individual, group or organization Working Class: Social class of industrial societies broadly composed of people involved in manual occupation The bulk of these jobs are unskilled, poorly paid and provide few benefits or job security World Bank: International financial institution cooperative owned by 171 member countries providing loans and technical assistance to LDCs (Lesser Developed Countries) to help them develop economically World Systems Theory: Immanuel Wallerstein's theoretical approach which analyzes societies in terms of their position within global systems
to lose the battle but win the war: see battle. State of conflict, generally armed, between two or more entities. It is characterized by intentional violence on the part of large bodies of individuals organized and trained for that purpose. On the national level, some wars are fought internally between rival political factions (civil war); others are fought against an external enemy. Wars have been fought in the name of religion, in self-defense, to acquire territory or resources, and to further the political aims of the aggressor state's leadership. Achinese War Algerian War Algerian War of Independence American Civil War War Between the States Civil War United States War of Independence Antirent War Aroostook War Austrian Succession War of the Bank War Bavarian Succession War of the Chaco War Cold War Crimean War Devolution War of Falkland Islands War Malvinas War Franco Prussian War Franco German War French and Indian War man o' war bird Gempei War Grand Alliance War of the Greek Civil War Greek Independence War of Gulf War syndrome holy war Hundred Years' War Iran Iraq War Italo Turkish War Jenkins' Ear War of just war theory King George's War King Philip's War King William's War Korean War Lebanese Civil War Lord Dunmore's War Man o' War Mexican War Mexican American War Northern War First Northern War Second Great Northern War Onin War Pacific War of the Peasants' War Peloponnesian War Peninsular War Persian Gulf War First Gulf War Persian Gulf War Second Philippine American War Phony War Polish Succession War of the Portuguese man of war Queen Anne's War Red River Indian War Russian Civil War Russo Finnish War Winter War Russo Japanese War Seven Weeks' War Austro Prussian War Seven Years' War Sino French War Sino Japanese War Six Day War Arab Israeli War of 1967 Social War Marsic War Italic War South African War Boer War Spanish Civil War Spanish Succession War of the Spanish American War Thirty Years' War Three Henrys War of the total war Triple Alliance War of the Paraguayan War Tripolitan War Trojan War Vietnam War War Communism war crime War Hawk War of 1812 War Powers Act World War I First World War World War II Second World War Yamasee War Afghan wars Anglo Burmese Wars Anglo Dutch Wars Dutch Wars Arab Israeli wars Balkan Wars English Civil Wars French Revolutionary Wars Gallic Wars Greco Turkish Wars Indochina wars Italian Wars Macedonian Wars Maratha Wars Napoleonic Wars Opium Wars Persian Wars Greco Persian Wars Punic Wars Carthaginian Wars Religion Wars of Roses Wars of the Russo Turkish Wars Seminole Wars Sikh Wars Star Wars Vendée Wars of the Warring States period
If a country goes to war, it starts fighting a war. Do you think this crisis can be settled without going to war?
Also known as Pennsic, a huge annual SCA camping event held in Pennsylvania It is called War because there is a huge field battle every year, and the winner wins the 'war' Typically there are 7,000 to 10,000 people at Pennsic War each year
A conflict involving the organized use of arms and physical force between countries or other large-scale armed groups. The warring parties hold territory, which they can win or lose; and each has a leading person or organization which can surrender, or collapse, thus ending the war
Condition of open, armed, often prolonged conflict carried on between nations, states, or parties 2 The period of such conflict 3 The techniques and procedures of war; military science 4 Condition of active antagonism or contention: a war of words; a price war 5 A concerted effort or campaign to combat or put an end to something considered injurious: the war on drugs
If two people, countries, or organizations have a war of words, they criticize each other because they strongly disagree about something. Animal rights activists have been engaged in an increasingly bitter war of words with many of the nation's zoos
A contest between nations or states, carried on by force, whether for defence, for revenging insults and redressing wrongs, for the extension of commerce, for the acquisition of territory, for obtaining and establishing the superiority and dominion of one over the other, or for any other purpose; armed conflict of sovereign powers; declared and open hostilities
War inturrepts the normal flow of the game, relying on its own sequence of events, altering rules for movement, and threatening to end the game if the conflict escalates into a Great War A War can never occur unless a legitimate Casus Belli exists
a state of opposition or contest; an act of opposition; an inimical contest, act, or action; enmity; hostility
If you make war on someone or something that you are opposed to, you do things to stop them succeeding. She has been involved in the war against organised crime. if the United States is to be successful in its war on drugs. see also warring, civil war, Cold War, council of war
an active struggle between competing entities; "a price war"; "a war of wits"; "diplomatic warfare"
A file created using the jar utility (and saved with the war extension) that contains all the files that make up a Web application See also Web application; JAR (Java Archive)
A sustained struggle of a scale and duration that threatens the existence of the government of a state or an equivalent juridical person and that is waged between groups of forces that are armed, wear a distinctive insignia, and are subject to military discipline under a responsible command See law of war and international humanitarian law
An event centered around a battle or battles in which the opposing sides are "warring" branches
a state of open and declared armed hostile conflict between political units such as states or nations; may be limited or general in nature
War is intense economic competition between countries or organizations. The most important thing is to reach an agreement and to avoid a trade war
A campaign against something. E.g., the war on drugs is a campaign against the use of narcotic drugs; the war on terror is a campaign against terrorist crime
a concerted campaign to end something that is injurious; "the war on poverty"; "the war against crime" the waging of armed conflict against an enemy; "thousands of people were killed in the war" an active struggle between competing entities; "a price war"; "a war of wits"; "diplomatic warfare" a legal state created by a declaration of war and ended by official declaration during which the international rules of war apply; "war was declared in November but actual fighting did not begin until the following spring" make or wage war
Squads we are at war with receive no quarter All of their level 20+ are considered targets whether HG or Civilian, regardless of what ship they are flying
a concerted campaign to end something that is injurious; "the war on poverty"; "the war against crime"
Punishment meted out to southern countries when they attempt to increase their export prices (Latest example: attack on Iraq which produced 150,000 'collateral losses', commonly known as human victims )
means war, whether declared or not, or any warlike activities, including use of military force by any sovereign national to achieve economic, geographic, nationalistic, political, racial, religious or other ends
A war is a period of fighting or conflict between countries or states. He spent part of the war in the National Guard They've been at war for the last fifteen years. peace
A gathering at which the main event is one or more fighting competitions for large groups of participants, involving the use of woodlands or other broken terrain and sometimes a mixture of Heavy Weapons and Archery combat The sides may be drawn from different Kingdoms or other geographical groups, or by some altogether whimsical means Wars usually feature some non-martial activities as well, as the fighting often disappears into wooded areas out of sight of the spectators
The common term for the military, political, legal and ideological conflict against Islamic terrorism, and specifically used in reference to operations by the United States, in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks
A situation in which opposed parties refrain from direct conflict but maintain a tense, contentious relationship in which each uses annoyances or intimidating psychological tactics to attempt to dishearten and unnerve the other
We assume that a dangerous brinkmanship, a war of nerves, is under way, but it will not grow into a hot war, the official told Tass.
A war resister is a person who resists war. The term can mean several things: resisting participation in all war, or a specific war, either before or after enlisting in, being inducted into, or being conscripted into a military force
(Tarih) War of the Farrapos (farrapos meaning tatters, or rags, in English) or Farroupilha Revolution (in Portuguese: Guerra dos Farrapos, Revolução Farroupilha) was a Republican uprising that began in southern Brazil, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul in 1835. The rebels, led by generals Bento Gonçalves da Silva and Antônio de Sousa Neto with the support of the Italian fighter Giuseppe Garibaldi, surrendered to imperial forces in 1845
A war dog is a dog trained for war. The dog has been used in wars since ancient times. Their jobs have varied over the years, from being trained to track with their acute sense of smell, to bringing down infantry or even horses by biting into the hamstrings of their targets
A military exercise (also called war game in American English) is the employment of military resources in training for military operations, either exploring the effects of warfare or testing strategies without actual combat
The military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"; (synonym) military, armed forces, armed services, military machine
a war between the US and the UK, which was fought from 1812 to 1815, and which was caused mainly by trade problems. During the war, British soldiers burned the White House and other buildings in Washington, D.C. U.S.-British conflict arising from U.S. grievances over oppressive British maritime practices in the Napoleonic Wars. To enforce its blockade of French ports, the British boarded U.S. and other neutral ships to check cargo they suspected was being sent to France and to impress seamen alleged to be British navy deserters. The U.S. reacted by passing legislation such as the Embargo Act (1807); Congress's War Hawks called for expulsion of the British from Canada to ensure frontier security. When the U.S. demanded an end to the interference, Britain refused, and the U.S. declared war on June 18, 1812. Despite early U.S. naval victories, notably the duel between the Constitution and the Guerrière, Britain maintained its blockade of eastern U.S. ports. A British force burned public buildings in Washington, D.C., including the White House, in retaliation for similar U.S. acts in York (Toronto), Can. The war became increasingly unpopular, especially in New England, where a separatist movement originated at the Hartford Convention. On Dec. 24, 1814, both sides signed the Treaty of Ghent, which essentially restored territories captured by each side. Before news of the treaty reached the U.S., its victory in the Battle of New Orleans led it to later proclaim the war a U.S. victory. See also Battle of Châteauguay; Chippewa; Thames; Isaac Hull; Francis Scott Key; Oliver Perry
(1821-32) Rebellion of Greeks within the Ottoman empire. The revolt began under the leadership of Alexandros Ypsilanti (1792-1828). He was soon defeated, but in the meantime other rebels in Greece and on several islands gained control of the Peloponnese and declared Greek independence (1822). Three times the Turks attempted invasions. Internal rivalries prevented the Greeks from extending their control and consolidating their position. With Egyptian reinforcements, the Turks successfully invaded the Peloponnese and captured several cities, but the intervention of the European powers saved the Greek cause. A settlement was finally reached at an 1830 London conference, declaring Greece an independent monarchical state
(1778-79) Conflict in which Frederick II of Prussia prevented Joseph II of Austria from acquiring Bavaria. After the death of the Bavarian elector Maximilian Joseph (1727-77), his successor, Charles Theodore (1724-99), ceded Lower Bavaria to Austria. Frederick II responded by declaring war (1778). There was little fighting because each force was concerned with cutting its opponent's communications and denying it supplies. Short on supplies, soldiers foraged for potatoes; hence, the conflict was nicknamed the "potato war." In 1779 Austria and Prussia signed a treaty giving Austria a fraction of the territory originally occupied
(1689-97) Third major war of Louis XIV of France, in which his expansionist plans were blocked by an alliance led by Britain, the United Provinces of the Netherlands, and the Austrian Habsburgs. The deeper issue underlying the war was the rivalry between the Bourbon and Habsburg dynasties. Louis launched a campaign in the 1680s to position the Bourbons for future succession to the Spanish throne. To oppose him, the Habsburg emperor Leopold I joined other European nations in the League of Augsburg. The league proved ineffective, but in 1690 Britain, Brandenburg, Saxony, Bavaria, and Spain, alarmed at Louis's successes, joined with Leopold to form the Grand Alliance. As war broke out in Europe and in overseas colonies, including America (see King William's War), Louis found his military inadequately prepared, and France suffered heavy naval losses. In 1695 Louis started secret peace negotiations, which culminated in the Treaty of Rijswijk (1697). The underlying conflict between the Habsburg and Bourbon rulers and English-French conflicts remained unresolved and resurfaced four years later in the War of the Spanish Succession
(1879-83) Conflict involving Chile, Bolivia, and Peru over disputed territory on the mineral-rich Pacific coast. National boundaries in the region were not definitively established prior to the conflict, and in the 1870s Chile controlled nitrate fields claimed by Peru and Bolivia. When demand for nitrates rose, war broke out over the territory. Chile defeated both countries and took control of valuable mining areas in each; Bolivia lost its entire Pacific coast. A 1904 treaty gave Bolivian commerce freedom of transit through Chilean territory, but Bolivia continued to try to escape its landlocked status (see Chaco War). Peru foundered economically for decades after the war. A final accord between Peru and Chile was only reached in 1929 through U.S. mediation
(1701-14) Conflict arising from the disputed succession to the throne of Spain after the death of the childless Charles II. The Habsburg Charles had named the Bourbon Philip, duke d'Anjou, as his successor; when Philip took the Spanish throne as Philip V, his grandfather Louis XIV invaded the Spanish Netherlands. The former anti-French alliance from the War of the Grand Alliance was revived in 1701 by Britain, the Dutch Republic, and the Holy Roman emperor, who had been promised parts of the Spanish empire by earlier treaties of partition (1698, 1699). The English forces, led by the duke of Marlborough, won a series of victories over France (1704-09), including the Battle of Blenheim, which forced the French out of the Low Countries and Italy. The imperial general, Eugene of Savoy, also won notable victories. In 1711 conflicts within the alliance led to its collapse, and peace negotiations began in 1712. The war concluded with the Peace of Utrecht (1713), which marked the rise of the power of Britain at the expense of both France and Spain, and the Treaties of Rastatt and Baden (1714)
Campaign money built up by incumbents well in advance of the next election in order to give them a financial head start and discourage potential challengers Often includes leftover campaign money from the last election, as well as money raised early in the term After the 1994 elections, three victorious U S Senate candidates (Kay Bailey Hutchison [R-Texas], Joseph Lieberman [D-Conn ], and Connie Mack [R-Fla ]) had over $1 million on hand for the next race -- six years away In the U S House, 10 newly-elected representatives had a $600,000-plus war chest; three -- David Drier (R-Calif ), Charles Schumer (D-N Y ), and Robert Torricelli (D-N J ) -- surpassed the million dollar mark with $2 3 million, $2 2 million, and $1 3 million, respectively
A war of nerves is a conflict in which the opposing sides try to make each other feel less confident. the continuing war of nerves between the army and the leadership. A conflict marked by psychological tactics, such as intimidation and threats, that are intended to confuse, exhaust, and demoralize an enemy. an attempt to make an enemy worried, and to destroy their courage by threatening them, spreading false information etc
Warring is used to describe groups of people who are involved in a conflict or quarrel with each other. The warring factions have not yet turned in all their heavy weapons. warring husbands and wives. at war or fighting each other warring factions/parties (=groups of people fighting each other)
[ wor ] (noun.) 12th century. From Middle English werre, from Late Old English werre, wyrre "armed conflict" from Old Northern French werre (compare Old French guerre, gwerre), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *werra "confusion, strife" from Proto-Germanic *werzṓ, *werzá- (“mixture, mix-up, confusion”) from Proto-Indo-European *wers- (“to mix up, confuse, beat, thresh”). Akin to Old High German werra "confusion, strife, quarrel" (German verwirren "to confuse"), Old Saxon werran "to confuse, perplex" (Dutch war "confusion, disarray"), Old English wyrsa, wiersa "worse", Old Norse verri "worse" (originally "confounded, mixed up"). Compare Latin versus (“against, turned”), past participle of vertere (“turn, change, overthrow, destroy”). More at worse, wurst.
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