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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bivouac.


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  • That night the troops again bivouacked is the same position in the woods they had held the night before.

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  • "bivouacked" with his tail round your office and threatened to "kill you as he would a fly."

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  • They had been bivouacked on the steep slopes of the southern Krell for three days now, growing restless despite the drills and constant patrols Bartmae dispatched into the surrounding hills and hollows.

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  • You would think that Battlefield Bob had bivouacked in a foxhole a few hundred yards from an enemy position.

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  • Soldiers bivouacked inside the half-built Capitol building, the unfinished dome leaving them open to the night skies.

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  • The National Guard had been bivouacked in and were stationed at Patton Park, right up on dix, but on the Detroit side.

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  • Many had very recently struggled from chrysalids in cocoons bivouacked on grass stems, and so their colours were vivid and their flights strong.

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  • South of town, behind Power's Hill where my great-great grandfather's 155th Pennsylvania volunteer regiment bivouacked, you can walk the hallowed ground while playing a round of miniature golf at Mulligan McDuffer's Putt-Putt.

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  • Herzog lost his gloves on the descent; the duo spent a harrowing night bivouacked in a crevasse.

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  • And few "South Pacifics" have sounded as good as the deeply pleasurable revival bivouacked in the Kennedy Center Opera House for the holidays.

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