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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emplace.

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Examples

  • It usually emplaces mines in groups or in minefields.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 12 Engineer Support

  • Antitank reserves may provide covering fire over the minefields that the MOD emplaces.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 12 Engineer Support

  • The unit emplaces detectors and sensors to provide early warning.

    FM 7-98 Chptr 2 - Support For Insurgency and Cntrinsrgncy

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Marine Corps Moms

  • 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.

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