Tochka

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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30) Together with reports of fresh supplies of Russian Tochka short-range ballistic missiles arriving in Syria, this could not be a welcome development for Turkish planners, because it implies ballistic missiles being used alongside air and naval power in Russia's strategy of overseas force projection using Syrian territory.
Websites The Trade Route, Tochka, Wall Street Market and Dream Market, were down without any notification or clarification from the sites' administrators.
It was written under the pen-name Alexander Tochka.
Despues de tres visitas, los expertos de la OPAQ empezaron a creer que habian agarrado a los sirios en una mentira, pues las muestras recolectadas revelaban la presencia del gas en el equipo utilizado para mezclarlo y colocarlo en las cabezas de misiles tacticos Scud y Tochka.
A senior Emirati commander was among dozens killed in a Tochka rocket strike in 2015 on an army camp near Bab al-Mandab, one of the bloodiest setbacks for Gulf forces in months of fighting.
A senior UAE commander was among dozens killed in a Tochka rocket strike in 2015 on an army camp near Bab Al-Mandab.
TAIZ, July 17 (Saba) - An Israeli army officer was killed in a Tochka attack on al-Hajaf military camp in Taiz province, a military official said Sunday.
But contrary to the coalition claim of shooting one down over Marib, Brigadier General Sharaf Luqman said a Tochka missile hit a base for "mercenaries" there.
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.
24 came on the heels of the first use in the three-year Syrian war of a Russian-made nuclear-capable Tochka (Point) surface missile - NATO-coded SS-21 Scarab - which carries a 480-kilo warhead with a range of 70 km.