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  • noun Plural form of reenforcement.


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  • They need a immediate replacement and reenforcements.


  • It's just until they can get reenforcements and a new commander in.


  • I think it likely that Bush and his cabal of criminals will seek to politicize this maneuver and spin it in a light that will try to show Dems as witholding reenforcements to the already embattled troops.

    Think Progress » Murtha Plans To Deny Bush Funding For Troop Escalation 2007

  • U.S. troops tell the new defense secretary, send in the reenforcements.

    CNN Transcript Dec 21, 2006 2006

  • Their attack has stalled and they don't have the reenforcements to unstall it.

    Archive 2004-04-01 2004

  • Second, that was a diversionary attack designed to prevent reenforcements to reach Fallujah.

    Archive 2004-04-01 2004

  • U.S. troops invading the Philippines have received reenforcements, and a force led by General McArthur enters Manila.

    What Did You Do in the War, Grandma?: Timeline ITY Brown University 1997

  • Is that true, that they agreed that there would be no upgrading of military facilities for reception for possible reenforcements?

    Background Briefing On The Presidents Dinner ITY National Archives 1997

  • That night or the next morning, June 28, there arrived a message from Monakatoocha, a most startling message: The Chief had been at Fort DuQuesne two days previously, had witnessed the arrival of reenforcements there, and had heard the French say they were going to march forward and attack the English with eight hundred white troops and four hundred Indians.

    Washington Richard Harwell 1968

  • Rumor had it that reenforcements from Staten Island had joined Earl Charles Cornwallis, a possibility that Washington could not disregard when he put an estimate of six to seven thousand on the force of his adversary.

    Washington Richard Harwell 1968


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