armed forces

NXZA5H ‘-’  ‘‘armed forces’

  1. NXZAIP ‘per def’ ‘same or similar’ ‘sub’
    1. NXZAIF -1  ‘1’
      1. NXZAI8 ‘government NT6RV7’
      2. NXZAHJ ‘fighting for’
    2. NXZAAV 0
      1. NXZAFL ‘Wikipedia’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armed_forces
      2. NXZAGN ‘maker’ none as generic
  2. NXZAJJ ‘‘name’ ‘anew’’ ‘armed forces’ ‘‘rendering’ ‘anew’’
    1. NXZAM0 shortening
      1. NXZAMH ‘military’
        1. NXZAMW as shortest
        2. NXZBLC seems dangerous given #NXZBFT
    2. NXZANE‘armed forces’
  3. NXZBC3 compared to ‘military’
    1. NXZABE ‘Wikipedia’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military
    2. NXZAV3 semantic
      1. NXZAS0 I & many find the terms interchangeable
      2. NXZB4M best web comparison I’ve found so far: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/189412/at-this-point-are-military-and-armed-forces-synonymous
        1. NXZBDZ top answer (2 vs. 1) cites Wikipedia
      3. NXZBEP Wikipedia says
        1. NXZBFT ‘In broad usage, the terms “armed forces” and “military” are often treated synonymously, although in technical usage a distinction is sometimes made in which a country’s armed forces may include both its military and other paramilitary forces.’ says Armed forces now
          1. NXZAQX explains why 2 different Wikipedia pages
        2. NXZASI #NXZABE begins ‘The military, also called the armed forces, ’
Nov 202015
 

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    ‘‘constructing: {‘armed forces veteran’ & ‘human homelessness’} news that catches my eye, from 2015.11 to {when this post fills up} ’NY30VF

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