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Fortified

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A planet is said to be fortified when it is elevated, favorably aspected, or in a sign that it rules.

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The cities of Germany are absolutely free, they own but little country around them, and they yield obedience to the emperor when it suits them, nor do they fear this or any other power they may have near them, because they are fortified in such a way that every one thinks the taking of them by assault would be tedious and difficult, seeing they have proper ditches and walls, they have sufficient artillery, and they always keep in public depots enough for one year's eating, drinking, and firing.
Fort George, originally Astoria, which was abandoned on the removal of the main factory to Vancouver, was renewed in 1830; and is now kept up as a fortified post and trading house.
So much for the fortified heights; but the hollows too have their own story.
We travelled near a month after this, the ways not being so good as at first, though still in the dominions of the Emperor of China, but lay for the most part in the villages, some of which were fortified, because of the incursions of the Tartars.
The city of Naum, which we were approaching, is a frontier of the Chinese empire, and is fortified in their fashion.
During the first four days, while no duties were required of him, Prince Andrew rode round the whole fortified camp and, by the aid of his own knowledge and by talks with experts, tried to form a definite opinion about it.
ClickPress, Thu Mar 06 2014] "Fortified Wine Market in Paraguay: Databook to 2017" is the result of Canadean's extensive market research covering the Fortified Wine market in Paraguay.
Researchers at Creighton University have raised important concerns about the amount of calcium actually delivered by fortified beverages.
is introducing Aquess, an "enhanced bottled water" fortified with five grams of fiber per 16-ounce bottle, touted as "the first water-soluble fiber beverage" and boasting "VERY low calories.
You're better off with pills or fortified foods than with non-fortified folate-rich foods, says a new study from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland.
RAWALPINDI -- To overcome food deficiency, Vitamin A and D in fortified flour while Iron, Zinc and frolic minerals are being mixed with fortified ghee and flour, Additional Commissioner Saima Younas Wednesday said.