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strategic point


from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. any point or region in the theater or warlike operations which affords to its possessor an advantage over his opponent, as a mountain pass, a junction of rivers or roads, a fortress, etc.


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  • The Eirrosadians were the second truly tripedal intelligence ever discovered, which made them rather more interesting from a scientific than strategic point of view.

    The False Mirror


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