- a strong or fortified place occupied by troops and usually surrounded by walls, ditches, and other defensive works; a fortress; fortification.
- any permanent army post.
- a trading post.
- With the right push, it could take you to just about anywhere — to distant tribal forts, to army bases in Waziristan and to hidden corners of the cities.
- Digging into Des Moines HistoryDes Moines traces its modern-day history back to May of 1843, when Captain James Allen supervised construction of a fort at the place where the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers merge.
- The blanket-draped fort served as the actress’s workstation, with a host of audio producers providing directions via video conference.
- This year, when Davis was asked to hold down the fort without James on the floor in the regular season, the Lakers weren’t anything special, getting outscored by 3 points per 100 possessions, per NBA Advanced Stats.
- While the liberation of towns and forts is rewarding, it does get repetitive.
- And on Nov. 22, 1963, President Kennedy was offered an “Open Road” by the city of Fort Worth, as was its tradition.
- My choice is that it should be required reading by those who run the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
- Vincent Fort, a state senator from Georgia, saw big differences between ALEC and SIX.
- America already has a cereal cafe, Cereality, which has a store in Virginia and at the Dallas Fort Worth airport.
- Take the case of Herx v. Diocese of Fort Wayne, an employment discrimination suit in the Seventh Circuit.
- After an eight weeks' siege, a breach having been made, the city surrendered, and a month later the fort followed the example.
- The Mexican artillery soon laid a part of the fort in ruins.
- They soon retired, however, as the Fort was in danger of being attacked from another side.
- He had been wont to do this on other occasions, because the enemy with nine ships was within sight of the fort.
- De l peu d'heures il mourut entre mes mains fort chrestiennement.