Some articles on heavy losses, losses, heavy:
... Pyrénées-Atlantiques Engagements Saint-Étienne-de-Baïgorry (26 April 1794), heavy losses (17 prisoners guillotined) montagnes d’Arquinzun (10 July), heavy losses (30 to 50% of its effective strength ...
... from most positions with significant losses on both sides ... Under the cover of heavy fire, the German tanks, which made up of a mixture of Panzer I and Panzer II type-tanks, managed to break into the forest and secured a road leading across the railway line to the village of ... the German column and opened fire with both of its 75mm guns and its heavy machine guns at close range on the German tanks ...
... Zhuge's forces, however, were able to defeat the main Cao Wei force, inflicting heavy losses ... he remained from the capital for some time and never apologized to the people for the heavy losses suffered ... against Cao Wei, disregarding the recent heavy losses the people had suffered and their resentment ...
... The death of so many commanders led to a lower number of rebel attacks in Kabardino-Balkaria for the rest of 2011 ... In September 2011 Alim Zankishiev (aka Emir Ubaidallah) became the new leader of the rebels, he was killed by Russian security forces in March 2012 ...
... in good times, it also leads to multiple losses in bad times ... a highly leveraged borrower faces heavy losses due to her obligation to the service of high level of debt ... times, in exchange for lower risk of heavy loss and nasty default in bad times ...
Famous quotes containing the words losses and/or heavy:
“Hold back thy hours, dark Night, till we have done;
The Day will come too soon.
Young maids will curse thee, if thou stealst away
And leavst their losses open to the day.
Stay, stay, and hide
The blushes of the bride.”
—Francis Beaumont (1584-1616)
“The Powers whose name and shape no living creature knows
Have pulled the Immortal Rose;
And though the Seven Lights bowed in their dance and wept,
The Polar Dragon slept,
His heavy rings uncoiled from glimmering deep to deep....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)