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Verb(1) place troops or weapons in battle formation(2) to distribute systematically or strategically
(1) On Wednesday evening we will deploy our own army to their posts.(2) A brigade can deploy and fight autonomously today only by improvising in some way the support it requires.(3) the air force began to deploy forward(4) At 8,000 ft they linked arms, and at 4,000 ft, broke apart to deploy their parachutes.(5) Like any competent warlord, they deploy their troops to watch for intruders.(6) Whatever lies behind the timing of this initiative, the need to deploy an entire battalion smacks of military miscalculation.(7) Ministers fear fuel supplies are on the verge of widespread disruption and have drawn up plans to deploy troops to guard refineries and introduce petrol rationing.(8) We have got the national labs working now looking up the whole supply chain to find out how best we can deploy our resources when it comes to port security.(9) A signaller calls the chopper in as troops deploy to provide support and resupply to a force in contact.(10) One of the airmen landed in the river still in his ejector seat but was able to deploy his dinghy, while the other drifted off downriver.(11) The team performed their aerial display, then broke off to deploy their parachutes and land back at the airfield, in front of a crowd of around 70 people.(12) It is of similar speed and capability to Broadband technology, and forms part of the Army's attempt to deploy troops more speedily to emergency situations.(13) They were able to deploy facts and figures to sharpen the journalism, challenging those politicians who spoke in pre-fabricated slabs of argument.(14) The United States had also drawn up contingency plans and would certainly have been in a position to deploy troops had the command been given.(15) small states can often deploy resources more freely(16) In the 1990s Army units began to deploy more frequently for peacekeeping missions in other countries.
1. position ::
2. station ::
3. post ::
4. place ::
5. install ::
6. locate ::
7. situate ::
8. site ::
9. establish ::
10. base ::
11. distribute ::
12. dispose ::
Different Formsdeploy, deployed, deploying, deployment, deployments, deploys
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