garison, kampamyentomaggarison, paggarisunan
Noun(1) a fortified military post where troops are stationed(2) United States abolitionist who published an anti-slavery journal (1805-1879(3) the troops who maintain and guard a fortified place
Verb(1) station (troops
(1) Sensing an impending emergency, he went to his headquarters on Merdeka Square, just beside the Jakarta garrison .(2) They were also allowed to garrison eight places and were given special places in all the parlements (known as chambres-mi-parties) where cases arose which involved Protestants.(3) On the spur of the moment they decided to capture the Rock which was then badly defended by a small garrison of sixty Spanish soldiers.(4) Three parts of the building's walls have been unearthed during excavations at the garrison , giving archaeologists enough information to map out the route of the 940-metre circuit.(5) the entire garrison was mustered on the parade ground(6) The soldiers tried there best to garrison the town with what they had and readied themselves for the onslaught.(7) With Hadrian we see the first steps toward a system of frontier garrison troops, permanently stationed, along with a field army that gets moved from one hot spot to another.(8) It may have originally been a privately owned fishing house, later used as a garrison for troops guarding the city.(9) He only had a small garrison defending London at this time.(10) During the war, it was used first to garrison Union troops and then to imprison up to 2,000 Confederate soldiers.(11) It has reinforced its garrison of 35,000 troops.(12) But even if we were to garrison every town and village in the country, we could neither control nor stop this process.(13) If that was the case, then why didn't she go to the garrison posted in this town?(14) But the Crusaders were too few to garrison fortresses and hold ground in the great sea of opposition that now confronted them.(15) When you consider we're building 3,000 homes at the garrison , you start to realise it makes very good economical sense.(16) The delay enabled the Japanese garrison of 19,000 troops to construct the most formidable beach defences, a way through which had to be cleared by underwater demolition teams.
2. fortress ::
3. fort ::
4. defend ::
5. station ::
Different Formsgarrison, garrisoned, garrisoning, garrisons
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