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How to use para in a sentence
Today, airplanes mainly hunt submarines by para-dropping a pattern of sonobuoys, most of which are passive listening devices.Tomorrow’s Stealthy Subs Could Sink America’s Navy|Bill Sweetman|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Republicans have called their in-house campaign tech start-up Para Bellum Labs.Republicans Better Mind the Modernity Gap To Catch Up to Clinton|Lloyd Green|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And your 2005 Sundance short, Victoria para chino, was a pretty big hit.True Detective Director Cary Fukunaga’s Journey from Pro Snowboarder to Hollywood’s Most Wanted|Marlow Stern|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The superintendent and many of the workers go down the river to Para and Manaos or to villages on higher ground.
Up to this time, all the rubber was called Para rubber, named from the town of Para in Brazil, from which all rubber was shipped.
Our picture shows a bin of crude up-river Para the finest rubber known.
Methæmoglobin in the blood smaller than in para-acetamido-phenol, but more than when the methyl or ethyl compound is administered.
The influence of position of an alkyl in the aromatic bodies is well shown in ortho-, para- and meta-derivatives.
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- a soldier in an airborne unit
- an airborne unit