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1 Is the arms race the greatest peril now?
2 The superpowers are putting the arms race into reverse.
3 The missile-reduction treaty makes sweeping cuts, but the arms race isn't over by a long shot.
4 Slowing the arms race relieved pressure on the Soviet economic system.
5 The arms race among the superpowers is being stepped up without cease.
6 Nevertheless, the arms race went on.
7 Scientists, the arms race and disarmament Who is responsible?
8 The Kennedy-McNamara team had launched the greatest arms race in the history of mankind.
9 Halt the nuclear arms race, for one thing; stop the spread of nuclear weapons,[www.Sentencedict.com] for another.
10 But of course the usual analogy is an arms race.
11 The arms race between cheetahs and gazelles, however, is asymmetric.
12 Because of this, it is alleged, the arms race is fuelled into ever more expensive, dangerous and faster spirals.
13 The primary danger of war was the irrational arms race and overly hostile relations between the major military powers.
14 The potential for a destructive arms race is ever present.
15 Meanwhile, each leads us to expect the arms race which experience confirms.
16 Some of the new proteins result from an arms race between animals and plants.
17 They can emphasise the danger of a new arms race.
18 Its roots were firmly tethered in the arms race generated by the desire to win the last World War.
19 As the arms race wore on, the average height of trees in the forest canopy went up.
20 The arms race between forest trees struggling to reach the light is an example.
21 The major world powers are afraid of falling behind in the arms race.
22 Seversk was created in 1949, at the onset of the superpowers' nuclear arms race.
23 They say that it could erode existing arms control agreements and lead to a new arms race.
24 A pair of coevolutionary creatures chasing each other in an escalating arms race can only seem to veer out of control.
25 This should do much to ease the burden the arms race had put on the Soviet economy.
26 This playing both arsonist and fire department is the real cause of the arms race in the region.
27 Arms races sometimes culminate in extinction, and then a new arms race may begin back at square one.
28 All the assurances that the treaty would not inaugurate an arms race or cost the United States anything were brushed aside.
29 The Soviet Union tested its own hydrogen bomb within a year, and the nuclear arms race escalated further.
30 He gave a stern warning against the dangers of the arms race.