How To Use Encamp In A Sentence

  • Place where the reeds grow (LXX. and Copt. read "farmstead"), the name of a place in Egypt where the children of Israel encamped (Ex. 14: 2, 9), how long is uncertain. Easton's Bible Dictionary
  • Garrisons suggest a more entrenched military encampment, using tents rather than blankets.
  • The Sabres were often used to attack rebel encampments and the usual tactic was to come in at very low altitude and catch the rebels by surprise, strafing the area with the six .50-caliber Brownings.
  • The soldiers are encamped on the edge of the forest.
  • Many people are living in encampments around the city with no electricity or running water.
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  • In the kyack of venison lay her own and her lover's safety: it contained enough nutritious food to sustain them until the fall rains could swell the Yuga and enable them to escape down to the Indian encampment. The Sky Line of Spruce
  • Yet none within this battlefront encampment laughed; no jaunty music could be heard. Dreams of a Dark Warrior
  • Settlements were often small, represented archaeologically by stone scatters and traces of a tented encampment.
  • Some of the areas have been turned over to contractors who will construct an encampment for 5,000 soldiers.
  • blowin 'sna"; question the Scandinavian, whose calling compels him to encamp on the open "fjeld"; interrogate Swede or Norwegian, Finn or The Boy Slaves
  • Last month, Mellencamp had to cancel shows in Detroit and Pittsburgh because of physical exhaustion.
  • It was some time before the sentries realized that the human barrier was not dispersing but was encamped and showed every sign of staying. WALL GAMES
  • In three centuries, already some outline has been sketched, rudely adumbrating the future settlement destined for the planet, some infant castrametation has been marked out for the future encampment of nations. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 54, No. 337, November, 1843
  • At length we proceeded up the bed of a small river, Maumoo, which runs into the Booree Dihing close to the village: after wading along in the waters for two hours we arrived at a khet where we encamped. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • There are no toilets on the site and residents complained last night that children are being exposed to the site of people urinating and defecating around the encampment.
  • Use of this equipment in planning your route into an enemy encampment is essential.
  • He moves among the students in the encampment checking canteens, to see who has been drinking water.
  • In the twenty-four-inch space at the right end of the hot dog there was a brown-yellow plain with just a few thorny trees a-thirsting on it and a pride of lions resting in the stingy shade beneath one of those trees, and far in the distance, too far for the warm lions to bother with, a herd of wildebeests was kicking up dust, and even further in the distance Mt. Kilimanjaro jumped up like God's own sugar-tit, and in a modest encampment at the foot of the peak, E. Hemingway was cleaning his Weatherby 375 magnum (not trusting the native boys to handle such an instrument) and slurping his gin. Another Roadside Attraction
  • His wonder and admiration were again excited by the neatness and perfect order that prevailed throughout the encampment, the six guns of a battery aligned with mathematical precision and accompanied by their caissons, prolonges, forage-wagons, and forges. The Downfall
  • We really thought at first that we should be able to encamp at Meshed and dig, for there was a seyyid who had been in Hyderabad and was very civil to us, but this happiness only lasted one hour. Southern Arabia
  • He was transported back to Bayview Station where he was booked on weapons, narcotics, the warrant and illegal encampment charges.
  • Climbing its slopes, with a twinge of excitement I spot an encampment of black tents set in the fold of a green glen.
  • Now the outline of the encampment the legionaries used has emerged. Times, Sunday Times
  • It had taken his men four days to march across to eastern Yarkona, pass through the Kul Joram and encamp outside of Khaisham. THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART TWO OF THE EA CYCLE
  • With its prehistoric burial mounds, barrows and encampments, its feudal laws and time-trapped settlements, the New Forest is anything but dull.
  • Dinner is at an ancient outdoor Bedouin encampment.
  • Together, William and the king, Jonathan, walked through the army encampment.
  • In a seamless division of labor, the mothers would traipse up and down the stairs and in and out of elevators with the children, while the dads would encamp in the living room sampling single-malt scotch. Suburban Tricks, Urban Treats
  • As they camped in the fields in sight of the city walls the Mongols surprised them by smashing the dams and dikes nearby and flooding the encampment.
  • Just like comedians, politicians need running gags, like designer tent encampments for the homeless in the parks.
  • Another origin dates from the time of the Crusaders, who played a game of dice named after their place of encampment, the castle Hasart.
  • From the start we've said a long term encampment is not sustainable for reasons of public health and safety," Mr. Villaraigosa said. Los Angeles Moves to Close Occupy Camp
  • James's army, encamped near the Boyne river, was further reinforced by additional French contingents.
  • Could you imagine an encamped pongo eating Tuna Paella? British Gourmet Soldiers
  • The activist has been encamped in an open-air venue in New Delhi with thousands of supporters.
  • A tent housing a masseuse sits at the end of one row, and in the center of the encampment is a shaded lounge stocked with sofas. Coachella: View From the VIP Trailer Park - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com
  • When earth-moving works were carried out on the slopes of Mont Boron to the north-west of the Grotte, a Lower Palaeolithic encampment was revealed and excavated.
  • Standing on top of the battlements of the besieged city of Cardwell, Raven carefully took stock of the enemy armies encamped outside the stout Roman walls that had kept the besiegers at bay for almost a year.
  • I posted theinvitation last week, but to catch people up, this whole thing began with afew folks wondering if there was going to be any response by the faith community to Bay Area Occupy encampments. Bruce Reyes-Chow: Faith Leaders March And Pray For Occupy San Francisco
  • The main body of the army having bodily moved to the left meanwhile, I followed it on the 18th, encamping at Pond Spring. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • When the Cavalry invested Indian encampments, they periodically encountered warrior braves beside women and children.
  • We were worried about enemy patrols and the risk of tripping landmines on the trail or on the site of the old encampment.
  • Many people are living in encampments around the city with no electricity or running water.
  • Occasionally the fine chance occurs to atack the foe while encamping or breakfasting or supping, or as the men turn out of bed: seasons at which the soldier is apt to be unharnessed — the hoplite for a shorter, the cavalry trooper for a longer period. 120 The Cavalry General
  • When earth-moving works were carried out on the slopes of Mont Boron to the north-west of the Grotte, a Lower Palaeolithic encampment was revealed and excavated.
  • The low point of self defeating activism came at a Radio City Music Hall fundraiser at which Chevy Chase said the president had the intellect of an "egg timer" John Mellencamp called Bush a "cheap thug" and Meryl Streep, in a performance that brings new meaning to the word sanctimonious, belittled the president's faith. Hullabaloo
  • There used to be a homeless encampment, but the city finally cleaned them out… or leastwise moved them a couple of blocks north as best as I can tell.
  • Protesters managed to dodge an encampment of police to unfurl a long banner calling for universal suffrage. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have becket my vonderbilt hutch in sunsmidnought and at morningrise was encampassed of mushroofs. Finnegans Wake
  • Every weekend the couple and their friends -- who call themselves the Gentsche Ghesellen, or Ghent companions -- sleep in windowless tent encampments where they build benches from branches, bake bread, sing religious tributes to the Virgin Mary and drink hippocras, a 14th-century wine drink spiced with ginger, cloves and pepper. Archive 2007-04-01
  • That evening they kept on travelling after the main army had encamped and after sunset they came upon a large zareba of poles and thornbushes just off the road. Warlock
  • The human captives in the encampment just outside of the city were becoming more discontent by the day.
  • So the basic news coming out of our last meeting is we are planning a 'consulta' to meet with people on the street and people at risk of being homeless who might be the potential users / operators of a temporary shelter encampment. Pacific Free Press - Hard Truths for Hard Times - Progressive opinion, dissident news
  • Miller, in one his notes described this subject as: “Tribes of Indians encamp here 3 or 4 times a year, bringing with them peltries to be traded or exchanged for dry-goods tobacco, vermillion, brass and diluted alcohol.” "Sentimental Journey: The Art of Alfred Jacob Miller" on display in Fort Worth
  • plebe" -- encampment, Loring actually kicked the offender out of his tent. A Wounded Name
  • She knew not whether to fear it or love it; at this moment she only wished to find someplace where she could sit, unnoticed by the sentinel who stood near the fire at the east end of the encampment.
  • As there were indications of a considerable force of the enemy on the Russellville road I decided to place the troops in line of battle, so as to be prepared for any emergency that might arise in the absence of the senior officers, and I deemed it prudent to supervise personally the encamping of the men. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • Then she heard the soft tread of paws running towards the encampment full speed.
  • -- Halted and encamped eight miles up the Erak ravine on a swardy spot: the road easy, ascent bad in some places, but generally good, particularly for the latter part of the march: the rocks in some places rising in abrupt rugged cliffs, generally rounded, slaty. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • One encampment contains nearly 600 refugees from three mountain villages. Times, Sunday Times
  • One small stream was passed, when we encamped on a small cut with excellent water: the banks as usual clovery and grassy; opposite this are two villages on either side of a gorge in the northern boundary, both apparently fortified; the one to the north of the gorge is of large size. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • Finally, Fifteenth Company reached the back of the casaran orchards to the east of the bluecoat encampment. Alector's Choice
  • ‘Natives’ — nomadic persons, encamping now in Asia, now in The Mystery of Edwin Drood
  • Protesters managed to dodge an encampment of police to unfurl a long banner calling for universal suffrage. Times, Sunday Times
  • If women were in the encampment they would be segregated and would prepare the meal, although slaughter and butchery were men's work.
  • For the life of me I'm not sure whether he believed it or not, but it was nothing to me, and while they all caballed for the next few days I indulged Elspeth by squiring her round the Indian encampments. Isabelle
  • Usually in the forefront of expansion are the sites of military posts and encampments that protected advancing explorers or soldiers.
  • On our long drive from the border to Irbil, we passed throngs of families moving in the opposite direction: they were fleeing to the brilliant virescent cliffs of the Hasarost Mountains northeast of the city, where, they believed, they would be safer in case Iraqi soldiers encamped on the west bank of the Great Zab River were to launch a chemical strike against Irbil. Peace Meals
  • Many people are living in encampments around the city with no electricity or running water.
  • Chaos plagued the Washington, D.C., encampment, which literally sunk in mire as early-summer rains turned “Resurrection City” into a boggy mess. Burial for a King
  • We offer advice on the procedures to get court orders to remove illegal encampments.
  • He proposed fencing the homeless out of their encampment in Golden Gate Park.
  • But for the rest the similarity in the descriptions of station encampments shows a remarkable continuity between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
  • Porphyry was observed on several spots; indurated clay frequently; and, on the top of the hill below which we encamped, I found quartz porphyry, and at the foot a psammite? which I had met several times associated with talc-schiste. Journal of an Overland Expedition in Australia : from Moreton Bay to Port Essington, a distance of upwards of 3000 miles, during the years 1844-1845
  • Many people are living in encampments around the city with no electricity or running water.
  • They soon established that Pompey had a force of eight well-equipped legions, with his personal headquarters encamped—at any rate the last time Nepos had seen him—south of Judea, a few hundred miles from the city of Petra. CONSPIRATA
  • Encamped opposite a handsome stream, called Ser-war-cerna, Brackenridge's Journal of a Voyage up The Missouri River, in 1811
  • I struck it about this point, and followed it down, encamping fifteen miles from its mouth, and found the water perfectly fresh, and the river broader and apparently very deep; the country around most excellent, abundantly supplied with fresh water, running in many flowing streams into the Adelaide River, the grass in many places growing six feet high, and the herbage very close — a thing seldom seen in a new country. The Journals of John McDouall Stuart
  • In the Middle Ages the Turkish Khans 'encampments were always spoken of as their ya -- thus: "from hence 1500 miles north-west to the Khan's _ya_. Ancient China Simplified
  • A staggering 25 tonnes of rubbish and building rubble was left behind after the four day encampment on the main car park at Pennington Flash Country Park.
  • We this evening again turned our horses loose to graze, which is not by any means customary and much less prudent, while travelling through a country infested with hostile savages, as they are always hovering around the encampment, ready to lay hands on any thing which they fancy. Narrative of the Adventures of Zenas Leonard
  • When they left the encampment they left behind them beds, wearing apparel and clothing of all kinds scattered around.
  • - This eve found plenty of berries called hawthorn on the stream where we have encamped. Narcissa Whitman's Journal
  • Many times in our past we have seen enemy fleets in the channel and enemy armies encamped in the continental ports.
  • No animal bones survived in the site's acid soils but pits, scoops and some 20 stakeholes suggested an encampment.
  • But for the rest the similarity in the descriptions of station encampments shows a remarkable continuity between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
  • Several government bodies are major landowners and their land may be subject to unauthorised encampment - examples include the Forestry Commission and the Highways Agency.
  • The encampment is currenly in danger of closing down because they have nowhere to go after their May 5 deadline. The History of Seattle « PubliCola
  • It ranges from rustic villages, Bedouin encampments, skyscraping cities, tumbledown temples and other ancient ruins.
  • The mobile units needed positions of strength where they could encamp and draw on supplies.
  • Receiving intelligence that the most active leaders of the opposition were encamped on Cherokee land, Richardson sent 1300 militia and rangers under Colonel William Thomson into the canebrake an area of land with a thick dense growth on December 21. History of American Women
  • We encamped on the acute north-western angle of an anabranch biting into the firm soil, and it was evident that we had reached the Balonne Major, or that part above the separation of the Culgoa from the Minor Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia
  • But for the rest the similarity in the descriptions of station encampments shows a remarkable continuity between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
  • We are currently stationed near Fredericksburg with the rest of the Army encamped around us.
  • The full moon slowly rises, orange-red above the Georgia forest, illuminating a small encampment of tents and camouflage.
  • It had taken his men four days to march across to eastern Yarkona, pass through the Kul Joram and encamp outside of Khaisham. THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART TWO OF THE EA CYCLE
  • For example, on one comical occasion, he stumbles on a commune for hippies as he is humbly encamped next to a nudist-colony in the wilderness while working at a local grainery. Into the Wild…middle-of-the-road film entertains! « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture
  • The committee decided that most illegal traveller encampments were caused by a lack of places to stop.
  • Even though it was the middle of the night, supply caravans flanked by rama linkmen could be farsensed as they crept down the slope south of the city toward the temporary encampment. The Golden Torc
  • A short time before encamping, I had observed that Lake Torrens was trending more to the eastward, and that when we halted, it was not at any very great distance from us. Journals of expeditions of discovery into Central Australia, and overland from Adelaide to King George's Sound, in the years 1840-1
  • If an army encamp upon green fields, their greenness is soon gone. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • Many times in our past we have seen enemy fleets in the channel and enemy armies encamped in the continental ports.
  • With a favourable tide, we took an oblique course across the bay, heading for the high island which we had passed just before making our first encampment. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic
  • Here are hollow-eyed combatants on duty in Civil War encampments, in the trenches of World War I, on all the battlefronts of World War II, then Korea and Vietnam—all aware of what war is. Written in the Shadow of Death
  • He said the 30-man marine platoon was backed by other troops deployed to block the escape of the militants from their encampment on Jolo, where the militants have operated for years despite a U. S.-backed military campaign against them. The Times of India
  • This made it desirable to locate our camp under the best cover we could find, and I spent some little time in looking about for a satisfactory place, but nothing better offered than a large fallen tree, which lay in such a direction that by encamping on its lee side we would be protected from the fury of the storm. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • Finally, the young warrior came to the clearing in the woods that was their temporary encampment.
  • After a few days 'anabasis, he crossed the Tombigbee in a province called Chicasa, in a few days encamping at a town of the same name. Fagots from the campfire,
  • The consortium's most sensitive issue relates to the estimated 350,000 slumdwellers illegally encamped on 112 hectares. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rock constituting the cliffs along the shore where we were encamped, is a talcous rock, or steatite, with brown spar. The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, the Nestor of the Rocky Mountains, from Facts Narrated by Himself
  • The sharp crack of their rifles echoes through the humid Georgia night, evoking cries of alarm and warning from the encampment ahead.
  • Pursuit continued as far as a little stream called Crump's Creek, and here Torbert was halted, Gregg moving up on his line meanwhile, and Russell encamping near the crossing of the river. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • We, on the other hand, should bury our natural instincts (which would be to bulldoze the didicoy encampment forthwith) and revel as this ineffably superior representative of the UK Nomenklatura has to grapple with the impingement of the real world on hers. Archive 2008-03-23
  • Cindy and I also spent a night encamped at the beautiful Royal Natal National Park camping site.
  • It was like asking yourself to recall the lay-out of a Bronze Age encampment.
  • At the tented encampment, visitors were able to chat to Viking families as they cooked using authentic tenth century ingredients.
  • I think John Mellencamp said it best though sophomorically and excruciatingly: Silver Ticket to London Only 25-cents Away | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • We're going to shift north to avoid an enemy encampment.
  • There they were, soldiers encamped among the grasses.
  • The marechal des logis was the administrative officer responsible for encamping and quartering troops.
  • Dolorfino said the 30-man marine platoon was backed by other troops deployed to block the escape of the militants from their encampment on Jolo, where the militants have operated for years despite a U. S.-backed military campaign against them. Nashuatelegraph.com: Breaking News | Web Feeds
  • The island on which we had encamped was a small rocky one, covered with short heathery-looking shrubs, among which we found thousands of blaeberries. Hudson Bay
  • At 4.15 came south-west and by south one and a half miles over level country covered with roley-poley, pigweed, saltbush, and young grass, and wooded with box and western-wood acacia to water, and encamped. Journal of Landsborough's Expedition from Carpentaria In search of Burke and Wills
  • Trouble is, we have more than enough food available in America in this day and age, and we're usually not trekking across frozen tundra or arid steppes in search of the next encampment.
  • With its prehistoric burial mounds, barrows and encampments, its feudal laws and time-trapped settlements, the New Forest is anything but.
  • The boutique tents look like a military encampment, in perfectly pitched rows, with added pink. Times, Sunday Times
  • The state Supreme Court's decision, endorsing the right of Occupiers to return to Zuccotti Park, but not to encamp there, seems positively Solomonic. David Tereshchuk: Bloomberg's Media Plan for Occupy Eviction -- and His Failure
  • Barracks, garrisons, bivouacs and encampments thus far spared came under a blitz of laser-guided bombs first used in the Gulf War.
  • Both local authorities had in place policies and procedures relating to unauthorised Traveller encampments.
  • Ella expressed her surprise once or twice during the day, both at the somewhat abrupt manner in which our encampment on shore was broken up, and at Bob's sudden predilection for so unsailorlike an amusement as mountain-climbing; but I answered her carelessly, anxious not to alarm the dear little girl by acquainting her with the fact that we had unexpectedly acquired such very undesirable neighbours. For Treasure Bound
  • The young man followed, and in the next moment found himself in the bowelless body of the tree itself; into which, on the side of the encampment, both light and sound were admitted by a small aperture formed by the natural decay of the wood. Wacousta : a tale of the Pontiac conspiracy (Complete)
  • The encampment did not need to wait months for Rocky Mountain Region CAP to acquire gliders & towplanes (if available at all) or train instructors & towpilots (perhaps only minimally).
  • Lobengula left the encampment to regroup his "induna" warriors in 1881 as colonial forces advanced toward it. WSFA - Around Alabama
  • The sheikhs generally encamped at a little distance from us, and as they were given to nocturnal conversations and monotonous noises which they called singing, we were glad they were not too near. Southern Arabia
  • The soldiers have setup a battlefield encampment that sends injured soldiers through a five-step process.
  • The road in the afternoon was over the upper prairies, several miles from the river, and we encamped at sunset on one of its small tributaries, where an abundance of prele (_equisetum_) afforded fine forage to our tired animals. The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California To which is Added a Description of the Physical Geography of California, with Recent Notices of the Gold Region from the Latest and Most Authentic Sources
  • It was Faouzi's idea to stop within sight of a nomad encampment on the way home.
  • Barracks, garrisons, bivouacs and encampments thus far spared came under a blitz of laser-guided bombs first used in the Gulf War.
  • Encamped in a small valley or pass leading to Khelat, a marked one only a few hundred yards wide. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • I have just encamped under a lauhala tree, with my saddle inverted for a pillow, my horse tied by a long lariat to a guava bush, my gear, saddle-bags, and rations for two days lying about, and my saddle blanket drying in the sun. The Hawaiian Archipelago
  • The new policy will have to deal with a rising number of unauthorised encampments in the borough.
  • The large, cold stars were indistinct in the night, indeterminate, like the encamped army of shacks and hovels on the outskirts of Peshawar. THE LAST RAVEN
  • When they encamped on the hill they made no attempt to fortify it.
  • Although the "those people" phrase dampened the effect, that rap is pure John Cougar Mellencamp, and it could very easily work. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
  • Many people are living in encampments around the city with no electricity or running water.
  • Androctus, not bothering to dismount, rides his destrier from the tournament grounds to his tent beyond the western edge of the encampments. Virginity
  • The Peloponnesian army under King Archidamus reached the borders of Attica and encamped at the deme of Acharnae.
  • There archaeologists found what appeared to be a temporary encampment occupied by ‘a small hunter-gatherer unit.’
  • One day, Ramsay three times pushed the boat away from shore as the men rowed across from their encampment to commence work.
  • The stockade which they were encamped in was a wonderful place.
  • Our circle of vehicles resembled a pioneer wagon-train encampment! Walking the walk, talking the talk - cita with the shady 'lady' on Acapulco
  • Shell holes, shattered doors and broken windows, telegraph poles lying about, with their hairy whiskers twisting raggedly over the veldt, farmhouses burnt to cinders, hotels that had once been smart in their way now weevilled by shrapnel -- all these things surrounded the encamped division which so brilliantly had crossed the river. South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. 2 (of 6) From the Commencement of the War to the Battle of Colenso, 15th Dec. 1899
  • But then, on the afternoon of the fifteenth, he came to the Assembly in person to declare that he was ordering the army encamped around Paris to disperse.
  • Many people are living in encampments around the city with no electricity or running water.
  • For that reason the Persian cavalry encamped sixty stadia from the enemy.] 72 The story is told by The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Protesters managed to dodge an encampment of police to unfurl a long banner calling for universal suffrage. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just like comedians, politicians need running gags, like designer tent encampments for the homeless in the parks.
  • We encamped under a banian tree; our surroundings were the now light-grey waters of the Tanganika, an amphitheatral range of hills, and the village of Niasanga, situated at the mouth of the rivulet Niasanga, with its grove of palms, thicket of plantains, and plots of grain and cassava fields. How I Found Livingstone
  • In the after part of the day, we discovered three lodges of Sioux Indians encamped on the bank, all hallooing and waving their blankets for us to come in, to the shore.
  • In other news, John Mellencamp, 59, recently split from longterm supermodel wife Elaine Irwin, 41, has taken up with an older model, Meg Ryan, 49, reports People. Love, etc.: Vivica Fox, and a showbiz history of older women/younger men
  • Larger village sites have yielded a much wider range of chert tools than have smaller encampments.
  • At last they pointed out a good place for an encampment, receiving in return a trifling _backshish_, collected from the whole caravan. The Story of Ida Pfeiffer and Her Travels in Many Lands
  • With a favourable tide, we took an oblique course across the bay, heading for the high island which we had passed just before making our first encampment. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic
  • On the 10th we resumed the march, passing by Twyman's store, crossing the North Anna at Carpenter's ford and encamping on the road leading along the south fork of the North Anna to Trevillian Station. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • In the midst of the night, this encampment in these sparse woods on the edge of Ther'kass was eerily silent.
  • They soon formed a deep and confused mass of dismounted cavalry in front of their encampment, when, at the signal of a shrill cry, which arose high over the clangour of the music, each cavalier sprung to his saddle. The Talisman
  • Prior to the introduction of horses to North America, tipis were small, 8 to 14 feet in diameter, since the poles and buffalo skin coverings were pulled on travois from one encampment to another by dogs or women.
  • And they took their journey from Succoth, and encamped in Etham, in the edge of the wilderness.
  • The Byzantine coin is believed to come from the era of the bloody Battle of Benfleet, fought in 894 AD when an encampment of Danes was driven out by the troops of King Alfred the Great.
  • Homeowners have received an anonymous letter warning them of an increase in illegal encampments on the green belt site.
  • The grind that the encampment has occupied is covered with remnant and fragment of all kinds.
  • The soldiers are encamped in the forest.
  • We offer advice on the procedures to get court orders to remove illegal encampments.
  • When we first came we pitched camp so rashly that if our practice had been known by the enemy beforehand, any part of our camp could have been destroyed by them, since in our army no regular method of watches or encamping was observed. De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » The First Crusade: A short narrative from contemporary sources
  • Siri watched him leave the temporary encampment, and then looked around at the site.
  • Wallencamp received their deathblow, and my labors, which had before been cheered by a dream of partially satisfying success, at least, took on an utterly goal-less and prosaical form. Cape Cod Folks
  • II. iii.27 (53,7) Two such opposed foes encamp them still] [W: opposed kin] _Foes_ may be the right reading, or _kings_, but I think _kin_ can hardly be admitted. Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies
  • As he rode past the last of the casaran trees and turned right, toward the north end of the bluecoat encampment, Mykel took in the bluecoats he saw. Alector's Choice
  • Refreshed by the brandy, I mounted and rode off to supervise the encamping of my division, by no means an easy task considering the darkness, and the confusion that existed among the troops that had preceded us into Rossville. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • The Hellenes, holding them in suspicion, marched separately with the guides, and they encamped on each occasion a parasang apart, or rather less; and both parties kept watch upon each other as if they were enemies, which hardly tended to lull suspicion; and sometimes, whilst foraging for wood and grass and so forth on the same ground, blows were exchanged, which occasioned further embitterments. Anabasis
  • Superficially, capitalism's main impact seemed to be the encampments of kiosks in public spaces, engaged in selling all kinds of home and foreign items at high prices.
  • Staff of roads service was in the area last Wednesday and with the support of local police they obtained the names and vehicle details of those encamped illegally.
  • It may have been simply fortuitous that they had encamped near the Korisa military camp.
  • When the Army of the Southwest first encamped at Helena, typhoid cases increased because of the great number of people available who had not been exposed to the disease.
  • During training, he spends most of his time watching the Russian prisoners encamped next to the training camp.
  • They go up on the high grounds, back among scrubs, or encamp in the hollows of watercourses, or where there are dense bushes of polygonum, or close belts of reeds; the fires are very small on these occasions, and sometimes none are made; you may thus have a large body of natives encamped very near you without being conscious of it. An account of the manners and customs of the Aborigines and the state of their relations with Europeans, by Edward John Eyre
  • By this I do not mean that people should be encouraged to encamp in public spaces in all neighborhoods around our various cities. Morgan Fitzgibbons: #OccupyYourNeighborhood
  • Ejido commissioner Juan Gomez worries about the troops encamped in Banco Nuevo's remaining community forests.
  • They have remained committed for over a decade, despite the permanent encampment of 20,000 troops surrounding them.
  • Further training included briefings, company drill and the opportunity for the volunteers to walk through the period encampment and talk to the re-enactors.
  • As part of a ‘field study’ requirement for the diaconate in the Diocese of Rochester, I had been touring farmworker encampments with my mentors, Padre Jesus Flores and Sister Lucila Romero.
  • Just like comedians, politicians need running gags, like designer tent encampments for the homeless in the parks.
  • It flags during the encampment scenes, with some redundant gore, but this is a muscular, virile piece of film-making from Boyle.
  • Film kan kisah Dana memperjuang - Rendi merasa ketiga sahabat Mae itu adalah bawahannya dikantor digarap RakoPrijantoituberkisah kan nasib warga kampung hala - menjadi sedikit tersinggung karena mereka mencampuri urusan soal preman bernama Sahroni mannya dari ulah jahat sang tuan pribadi rumah tangganya. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • The squall of a baby using its lungs for the first time rang out over the Bedouin encampment.
  • The main army moved out on 6 June and encamped before Jerusalem on the 7th.
  • He led them through the encampment of blue tents; it was like walking through a ghost town.
  • Intelligence on the strength of enemy units, location of encampments, and designs of fortifications was almost nil.
  • I read their titles longingly, breathing on every accessible pane of glass, for I dared not attempt to open the doors, with the enemy encamped so near. Dream Days
  • As this appeared to be the nearest point to the lake, where a suitable camp could be found, we directed our course to one of the groves, where we found a handsome encampment, with good grass and an abundance of rushes, (_equisetum hyemale_.) The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California To which is Added a Description of the Physical Geography of California, with Recent Notices of the Gold Region from the Latest and Most Authentic Sources

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