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“Our trains and everything was safely crossed to the S. side of the North Anna & we have since Monday noon been here in position -- our line extending nearly parallel to the Va.”
“Anderson was to side-slip to the right until he touched the left of Hoke, whose division would be in position before daylight.”
“The very day he took up his new line he received the disconcerting information that only three guns were in position at Drewry's Bluff.”
“Walker reported he had six rifled guns in position on Loudoun Heights.”
“Second, east of the Massanuttons Jackson was in a great covered way, secure from observation by the enemy and in position to move secretly on Front Royal.”
“I have made one more ash folly a few yards away from the bower, bending three slender ten-foot coppice poles into a spiral, lashing them to ash stakes driven into the ground to hold them in position until, as I hope, the tree adapts and eventually grows into a corkscrew.”
“By placing his troops at Conrad's Store, just west of the gap, Jackson would be in position to meet any force coming south through Luray Valley.”
“All ten of us on the U.S. short-track team went home with a medal—testament to Jae Su, to Jimmy, to Laurent, and to the others who had worked so hard to put us in position to shine.”
“Not long after dark a courier returned to report Walker in position on Loudoun Heights.”
“Tyler and Grant were in position at the seventh-level landing.”
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