Webster defines strong as having great physical power, as having moral or intellectual power, as striking or superior of it's king. But with all due respect to Webster, there's strong and then there's army strong. It's a strength like none other. It's a physical strength. It's an emtional strength. It's a strength of character and strength of purpose. The strength to do good today, and the strength to do well tomorrow. The strength to obey, and the strength to command. The strength to build, and the strength to tear down. The strength to get yourself over, and the strength to get over yourself. There's nothing on this green earth. That is stronger than the US army. Because there's nothing on this green earth. That is stronger than a US army soldier.
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但是所有韋伯斯特應有相關字上, 有有力量(strong)這個字以及有軍力(army strong)這個字.