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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emplace.
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It usually emplaces mines in groups or in minefields.
Antitank reserves may provide covering fire over the minefields that the MOD emplaces.
The unit emplaces detectors and sensors to provide early warning.
When a woman is stricken by breast cancer, the disease's emplaces a burden not only on the patient herself but also on her spouse, children and her other family members.
I am also very proud of the courage, vigilance, and savvy our warriors are displaying every day in identifying improvised explosive devices (IED) the enemy emplaces in our AO.
The thesis for this topic is that the distinction of life described in Roe emplaces an arbitrary and unenforceable standard for life and therefore sets a bad precedence based on the slippery slope argument.