from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A defensive fortification work in the shape of a V.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A work having two parapets whose faces unite so as to form a salient angle toward the enemy.
- n. A step or vertical offset in a wall on uneven ground, to keep the parts level.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In field fort., the simplest kind of work employed, consisting of two parapets of earth raised so as to form a salient angle, with the apex toward the enemy and unprotected on the rear.
- n. A downward projection in a wall on uneven ground to render it level.
- n. Synonyms See fortification.
Det finns något som jag överhuvudtaget inte förstår i APs hela tanke – och det är hur de ska kunna skydda sin affär genom att göra det sämre för sina redan betalande kunder.
Tyvärr trodde jag i min blinda naivitet att man kunde modifiera/ändra i alternativen utan att de redan inräknade försvann.
Uppdaterat: 17:37, skånsk tidhållning Jag modifierade "pollen" lite så de 3 som redan hade röstat får göra det igen.
Marty är The Blue Banana King ... och Anno. Ja, det vet ni väl redan?
He had a craggy rectangular head sitting up on top of his stony body like a log redan full of guards.
Delta knew things, but Delta didn't know Odetta and Odetta didn't know Delta, and so the teeth lay as smooth and closed as a redan gate there, also.
French, who had crenellated the walls, making it into a perfect redan.
I constantly had brought to mind the anecdote of the Crimean Zouaves, about to charge a redan, who answered their officer's query as to the number of cartridges they had by tapping their saber bayonets.
The remains of a small half-moon or redan battery on the point which had been constructed in the War of 1812, and played a considerable part in the battle of
Another mine was consequently started which was exploded on the 1st of July, destroying an entire rebel redan, killing and wounding a considerable number of its occupants and leaving an immense chasm where it stood.