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- v. Present participle of canton.
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Those at the meeting were also "working towards ending hostilities, and cantoning, disarming and demobilising troops," he added.
I am cantoning ours at Salisbury, Guilford, Hillsborough, and Cross creek.
The _Red Ensign_, a plain red Flag cantoning a Union Jack -- having a
The first specification (which seer, page 14.) respects the choice of a site for cantoning the second regiment.
Notwithftanding all the lofl'es the Romans had fuftained, they continued the blockade of Lilybaei | m with invincible fortitude, cantoning all their troops in the neighbourhood, determined, if poffiblc, to carry the place.