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- n. a plan for actively doing something
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GRANT'S plan of action was twofold, and while he was fighting Lee
My plan of action was formed upon the instant, and crossing the square and the bordering avenue upon the opposite side I soon stood within the courtyard of Tal Hajus.
There did not seem to be any well-defined plan of action in the fighting; and this led to much independence of judgment in construing orders among some of the subordinate generals.
I ate breakfast in Bintliff's on Portland Street and plotted my plan of action for the day.
The full plan of action was not communicated to him, though the time for the opening of the battle was to be set by his movements in this essential respect: As soon as Huger's column reached Rodes, that officer was to start his brigade from the Charles City Road to join the remainder of D. H. Hill's division on the Williamsburg Road.
Australia's contribution both to this visit and regionally, form part of a broader plan of action agreed by CWC State Parties for improving implementation of the Convention around the world.