It is not the Israeli naval commandos who should be judged guilty.
It would be much closer to the truth to say that the British naval blockade nearly starved out continental Europe.
They listen for the rumble of F16s or the boom of naval cannons.
He was cleared to resume playing just as he proceeded from high school to the naval Academy.
This restless loner had signed up with British naval intelligence soon after the fall of France.
The greatest satisfaction was caused in naval circles by these changes.
The Northern Union, represented by Athens, was a naval power.
Captain Lutwidge commanded the latter vessel, and had on board a young boy—Nelson, the future naval hero.
Just at that moment, as his eye was fixed on the naval officer, he recognised Murray.
Concentration will not depend solely upon the number and position of the enemy's naval ports.
early 15c., from Old French naval (14c.) and directly from Latin navalis "pertaining to a ship or ships," from navis "ship," from PIE *nau- "boat" (cf. Sanskrit nauh, accusative navam "ship, boat;" Armenian nav "ship;" Greek naus "ship," nautes "sailor;" Old Irish nau "ship;" Welsh noe "a flat vessel;" Old Norse nor "ship"). An Old English word for "naval" was scipherelic.