As with any warrior nation, where survival has depended upon military prowess, the making of weapons and armour in Japan has attracted the finest craftsmen and commanded the most lavish resources.
What does WN stand for?
WN stands for Warrior Nation (gaming clan)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 6 other meanings of WN in our Acronym Attic
- Compressed Windows Metafile (Microsoft file extension)
- Waterborne Mission Zone
- Weld Metal Zone (metallurgy)
- Wet Melding Zeggenschap (Dutch: Control Act; Netherlands)
- Wetland Management Zone (various locations)
- White Mountain Zone (Arizona)
- Wildlife Management Zone (various locations)
- Wilde Monster Zonder Naam (Dutch: Wild Monster Without a Name)
- Southwest Airlines (FAA designation)
- Warning Notice
Samples in periodicals archive:
Some of its countries, noticeably Britain, are truly warrior nations.
The 54-year-old enjoyed his best year in 2011, recording seven winners on the Flat, but has nonetheless decided to call time on a 22-year career and he saddled his last runner when Warrior Nation finished in the rear at Kempton on Wednesday night.
South Sudanese have a national responsibility to reflect to the international community that they are a law abiding people and not a warrior nation on a perpetual inter-tribal confrontations.
If extra Nato troops go to Afghanistan from somewhere other than the UK, then they will mostly come from Poland - a brave, freedom-loving warrior nation much like our own.
What is certain is that America under Obama will continue to be a warrior nation, while remaining massively involved in the international arms trade.
But since Sweden's defeat by Russia in 1809 they have more or less withdrawn from violent conflict, as has Switzerland, which in 1500 was a feared warrior nation.
After highlighting tales of Thomas Jefferson and Mark Twain, who both opposed the military might of the US, Schama added: "I don't think America remotely thinks of itself as a warrior nation.