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- n. A temporary fort where siege guns are mounted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A temporary fort or parallel where siege guns are mounted.
I looked in, found only a handful of patients and the situation under control, went on to check the siegework.
The western style of warfare was more given to castles and siegework than that of Hammad al Nakir.
El Nadim had pressed the chase right to the gate and though he did not have the manpower to undertake a proper siege, he had begun siegework.
He followed his teacher everywhere, watching with those wide, curious eyes, logging every detail of the siegework in an infallible memory.
Once the body was loaded, she told the Lieutenant, "Begin your preliminary siegework immediately.
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