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Renamed Bulwark again in 1919, she was finally sold for scrap in 1921.

Bulwark lay in Grand Harbour for 11 weeks and flew more than 1,000 missions.

Bulwark lingered on a few years longer until 1976.

There is noofficial head of the Pauline church, though the Holy Roman Emperor is the Bulwark of the Faith.

HMS Albion and Bulwark were deployed as commando carriers, and the Australian carrier HMAS Sydney served as a troop transport.
Bulwark then headed for the northern Persian Gulf to become the flagship of Task Force 158, providing security for Iraqi oil platforms.

Such girls will then, by necessity, carry the values of National Socialism into the nex

t generation as the mental bulwark of our people.

South Korea and Japan are strong US allies and Washington’s military and diplomatic bulwark in an unsteady region.

The British navy dispatched one of its own ships, the HM

S Bulwark, to the area, according to the UK Ministry of Defence.

Preclearance, which for decades had served as a bulwark against discriminatory election laws, was no more.

I am pretty sure drugs pickled my mom enough to b

e a bulwark against her drinking (which she still does to excess).

Republicans see a 2014 victory in North Carolina as a crucial bulwark against Democratic encroachment on the coastal south in 2016.

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