- v. present participle of oblique.
“If at half step or mark time while obliquing, Oblique, March.”
“Half faced to front after obliquing, Forward, March.”
“There are two routes from Chapultepec to the capital, the one on the right entering the same gate, Belen, with the road from the south, via Piedad; and the other obliquing to the left, to intersect the great western or San Cosmo road, in a suburb outside of the gate of San Cosmo.”
“If at half step or mark time while obliquing, the oblique march is resumed by the commands: 1.”
“Two companies of the Fourth regiment, my own and adjoining company, encountered a pond, and with a dexterous movement known to the skilled officer and soldier was cleared in a manner that was perfectly charming, obliquing to the right and left into line as soon as passed.”
“Scout makes a half change of direction to the right and the other Scouts make quarter changes in obliquing.”
“We had just rounded the lower end of the lake, and were obliquing off and up for the draw, when we heard a funny bawly screech behind us, and”
“Prussian army was obliquing in admirable order to the left, and already gaining the right of the Austrians, according to the prescribed disposition, when the king, at once losing patience in the most unaccountable manner, sent directions to Prince Maurice of”
“The pivot man makes a half change of direction to the right and the other men make quarter changes in obliquing.”
“If at = halfstep = or = mark time = while obliquing, the oblique march is resumed by the commands: = 1.”
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