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  • n. Plural form of entrainment.


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  • Secret agents have been found at rail heads observing entrainments and detrainments.

    The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol 1, Issue 4, January 23, 1915

  • The physical aim was to make men light for heavy work; to give them a taste of the joy and the true health of the field -- before the entrainments, the haste and the fighting; but the psychological purpose was to make each atom forget itself, to weave it well into the fabric of the mass.

    Red Fleece

  • The Russians were going on from one success to another, and large entrainments of German troops were reported at Roulers, Thourout, Tourcoing, and other places.


  • Although some groups including us reported the abnormalities in photic entrainments in PACAP - and PAC

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