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  • noun Plural form of encirclement.

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Examples

  • This is history told through maneuvers—encirclements and tank formations and the like.

    Not a Fanatic, Also Not Blind

  • This is history told through maneuvers—encirclements and tank formations and the like.

    Not a Fanatic, Also Not Blind

  • By early August, most of the mass encirclements had already occurred as the Germans surged forward.

    Deathride

  • Tactically, the success of the Luftwaffe in supplying the Germans inside the pocket centered on Kholm and Demyansk suggested that such encirclements were only temporary reverses.

    Deathride

  • Tactically, the success of the Luftwaffe in supplying the Germans inside the pocket centered on Kholm and Demyansk suggested that such encirclements were only temporary reverses.

    Deathride

  • The spring encirclements suggested that there had definitely been some improvement, because Soviet forces had managed coordinated envelopments.

    Deathride

  • The spring encirclements suggested that there had definitely been some improvement, because Soviet forces had managed coordinated envelopments.

    Deathride

  • By early August, most of the mass encirclements had already occurred as the Germans surged forward.

    Deathride

  • -- Israeli human rights abuses, home demolitions, land seizures, arbitrary arrests, torture, travel and movement restrictions, and closure and encirclements of villages and communities.

    Jews Against Zionism

  • -- Israeli human rights abuses, home demolitions, land seizures, arbitrary arrests, torture, travel and movement restrictions, and closure and encirclements of villages and communities.

    Printing: Jews Against Zionism

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