Napoleon continued to build line-of-battle ships in numbers from Venice to Hamburg, but only in order to force the British government to maintain costly and wearing blockades.
The result was the spontaneous blockade of an oil refinery which led to the blockade of an oil refinery which led to the blockades of September 2000.
hacker warfare, information blockades, information terrorism, and semantic attacks are potential forms of warfare.
Like paper blockades (see Blockade) and fictitious occupations of territory, such premature proclamations are viewed by international jurists as not being jure gentiuna.
Early morning road blockades and skirmishes with riot police resulted in a real headache for them and only a handful of activists arrested.
You must avoid blockades and your opponents.
The plot is murky, involving a trade dispute, blockades, Jedi undercover, and an underlying story - just begun in this film - of a sinister force gathering power in hiding.
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