sea power

NOUN
  1. naval strength
  2. a nation that possesses formidable naval strength
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How To Use sea power In A Sentence

  • Another unique feature of sea power is that modern navies operate not only on the surface of the ocean, but in the depths below it and the air above it.
  • British Sea Power have made the first of two floral tributes with a performance at the Chelsea Flower Show and a nice line in wild flowers soon to follow.
  • America's disadvantages included few trained generals or troops, a weak central authority unable to provide finance, intercolonial rivalries, and lack of sea power.
  • Spykman argued that even though the Heartland's (again read Russia's) power could be vast, it could be kept in check if the top sea powers (read Britain and America) were successful in controlling Eurasia's rimland, that is Western Europe, the Middle East and the Asiatic Monsoon. GlobalResearch.ca
  • We are regaled with tales of peregrines hovering over the groundlings at the Globe theatre, peregrines nesting atop the Battersea Power Station.
  • Sea power's dominance, however, has been a point of contention among military historians.
  • The transformation of American sea power began in 1940.
  • Since the 1960s, the submarine armed with nuclear missiles has become the single most potent embodiment of sea power.
  • Sea power's dominance, however, has been a point of contention among military historians.
  • He defines sea power broadly to include maritime trade and ocean resources, and he analyzes the importance of sea lines of communication.
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