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  • noun Alternative form of reinforcement.

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  • The harsh and obscure appellations of those tribes would offend the ear, without informing the understanding, of the reader; but I cannot suppress the very natural suspicion, that the Huns of the North derived a considerable reenforcement from the ruin of the dynasty of the

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • The less permanently stationed foreign forces you have in the country, the more infrastructure you need in order to assure that that country has what's called reenforcement capability.

    Background Briefing On The Presidents Dinner

  • "reenforcement," or "ready-made patches," as the infantry called them; vest, warm, snug-fitting jacket, under and over shirts, heavy overcoat, and a forage-cap.

    Andersonville — Volume 2

  • "reenforcement," or "ready-made patches," as the infantry called them; vest, warm, snug-fitting jacket, under and over shirts, heavy overcoat, and a forage-cap.

    Andersonville

  • Good weather still remained, he asserted, and he had called the assembly together for August 5, “when I think I can promise you a reenforcement of at least 400 men.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • “If there does not come a sufficient reenforcement,” he declared, “we must either quit our ground and retreat to you, or fight very unequal numbers, which I will do before I will give up one inch of what we have gained.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • “If there does not come a sufficient reenforcement,” he declared, “we must either quit our ground and retreat to you, or fight very unequal numbers, which I will do before I will give up one inch of what we have gained.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Good weather still remained, he asserted, and he had called the assembly together for August 5, “when I think I can promise you a reenforcement of at least 400 men.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Good weather still remained, he asserted, and he had called the assembly together for August 5, “when I think I can promise you a reenforcement of at least 400 men.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • “If there does not come a sufficient reenforcement,” he declared, “we must either quit our ground and retreat to you, or fight very unequal numbers, which I will do before I will give up one inch of what we have gained.”

    George Washington’s First War

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