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  • 101ὀχυρώσῃ — ὀχυρώσηι , ὀχύρωσις fortification fem dat sg (epic) ὀχυρόω fortify aor subj mid 2nd sg ὀχυρόω fortify aor subj act 3rd sg ὀχυρόω fortify fut ind mid 2nd sg …

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  • 102ὠχυρωμένα — ὀχυρόω fortify perf part mp neut nom/voc/acc pl ὠχυρωμένᾱ , ὀχυρόω fortify perf part mp fem nom/voc/acc dual ὠχυρωμένᾱ , ὀχυρόω fortify perf part mp fem nom/voc sg (doric aeolic) …

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  • 103ὠχύρωκεν — ὀχυρόω fortify plup ind act 3rd pl (epic doric aeolic) ὀχυρόω fortify perf ind act 3rd sg ὀχυρόω fortify plup ind act 3rd pl (epic doric aeolic) …

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  • 104build up — verb 1. enlarge, develop, or increase by degrees or in stages (Freq. 7) build up your savings • Derivationally related forms: ↑buildup • Hypernyms: ↑increase • Verb Frames: Somebody s some …

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  • 105ram|part — «RAM pahrt», noun, verb. –n. 1. a wide bank of earth, often with a wall on top, built around a fort to help defend it: »O er the ramparts we watched (Francis Scott Key). SYNONYM(S): embankment. 2. Figurative: »to strengthen the ramparts of… …

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  • 106Munite — Mu*nite , v. t. [L. munitus, p. p. of munire to wall, fortify.] To fortify; to strengthen. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 107premunition — noun Etymology: Latin praemunition , praemunitio strengthening of an argument to forestall objections, from praemunire to fortify in advance, from prae + munire to fortify more at munition Date: 1607 1. archaic an advance provision of protection… …

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  • 108battle — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English batel, from Anglo French bataille battle, battalion, from Late Latin battalia combat, alteration of battualia fencing exercises, from Latin battuere to beat Date: 13th century 1. archaic… …

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  • 109Block cipher — In cryptography, a block cipher is a symmetric key cipher operating on fixed length groups of bits, called blocks, with an unvarying transformation. A block cipher encryption algorithm might take (for example) a 128 bit block of plaintext as… …

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  • 110Domitian — For other people named Domitian, see Domitian (disambiguation). Domitian 11th Emperor of the Roman Empire Bust of Domitian, Capitoline Museum, Rome …

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  • 111Saint Helena — For other uses, see Saint Helena (disambiguation) …

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  • 112History of Saint Helena — St Helena has a history of over 500 years since it was first discovered as an uninhabited island by the Portuguese in 1502. Claiming to be Britain’s second oldest colony, this is one of the most isolated islands in the world and was for several… …

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  • 113Trench warfare — is a form of warfare where both combatants have fortified positions and fighting lines are static. Trench warfare arose when a revolution in firepower was not matched by similar advances in mobility. The result was a slow and grueling form of… …

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  • 114Thomas Gage — Infobox Governor name = Thomas Gage order = office = Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay term start = May 13, 1774 term end = October 11, 1775 lieutenant = predecessor = Thomas Hutchinson successor = William Howe birth date = 1719 birth …

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  • 115Battle of Trenton — The Battle of Trenton took place on December 26, 1776, during the American Revolutionary War after General George Washington s crossing of the Delaware River north of Trenton, New Jersey. The hazardous crossing in adverse weather allowed… …

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  • 116Sicilian Expedition — Infobox Military Conflict conflict = Sicilian Expedition partof = the Peloponnesian War caption = date = 415 413 BC place = Sicily territory = result = Athenian defeat, complete destruction of the Athenian expeditionary force status = combatant1 …

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  • 117Separation barrier — A separation barrier is a wall or fence constructed to limit the movement of people across a certain line or border, or to separate two populations. These structures vary in placement with regard to international borders and topography. The most… …

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  • 118Manuel Belgrano — For other uses, see Belgrano (disambiguation). Manuel Belgrano Portrait of Manuel Belgrano by Francois Casimir Carbonnier made during Belgrano s diplomatic mission to London Committee member of the Primera Junta …

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  • 119Lüshunkou District — Infobox Settlement name = Lǚshùnkǒu imagesize = 220px image caption =The city and port of Lüshun, formerly Port Arthur, as seen from the heights outside the city (November 2004) mapsize = 220px settlement type = District subdivision type =… …

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  • 1201752 in Canada — See also 1751 in Canada,Other events of 1752,1753 in Canada, Timeline of Canadian historyEvents* 1752 59: The Seven Years War, King George s War: English (in New Canada) and French (in New France) battle, with Indian allies on each side. Both… …

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