Tochka


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Tochka

A Russian unit of length equivalent to 1/100 of one inch. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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The Tochka (Point)-U is a mobile missile system, designed to launch precise attacks on the enemy's tactical targets, such as control posts, bridges, storage facilities, troop concentrations and airfields.
The Houthis said they had used a Tochka missile to attack the Safer camp in Marib province of eastern Yemen.
Molla has also added his signature dishes including arayes tochka, makadem, mahashi al taj, assfir machweya, richtarbely, kamia with meat, baidganam and lahme naya.
Des sources responsables aux ministeres de l'Irrigation et de l'Agriculture ont indique que sept firmes egyptiennes, emiraties et saoudiennes injecteront, prochainement, des investissements estimes a 7 milliards de livres dans des projets a Tochka et Oainate Est.
And don't miss Tochka & Tochka's whimsical glazed porcelain mugs at Testa Gallery (8 Tsar Shishman Street; 359-2-981-8363; testagallery.
The museum, subtly titled Tochka G ('G Spot') opened off Arbat, Moscow's famous tourist street boasts of offerings ranging from the absurd to the historical, reports the Guardian.
Customers can also choose from a wide variety of delicacies, such as a rich selection of starters and mezze, including fresh salads and tempting hot and cold appetisers such as Yalangi, stuffed mini vine leaves with rice and oriental spices and Tochka, grilled Arabic bread stuffed with spread of kebab and cheese delicately seasoned with garlic, parsley and paprika.
She said that we would be brought from the home to the tochka and from the spot to the home, we would work 6 hours a day, we would be paid for the additional hours.
The Samp-T can provide an anti-tactical ballistic missile capability against weapons such as the MITT 9K52 Luna-M (Frog-7) and KBM 9K79 Tochka (SS-21a Scarab), i.
Chuzdenecut prez glednata tochka na bulgarskite etiologichni legendi [The Stranger From the Point of View of Bulgarian Etiological Legends].
The Houthis, meanwhile, said their forces had killed "dozens of officers and soldiers of the mercenaries in the Saudi aggression" when they fired a Tochka ballistic missile at the Safer camp.