bivouac


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bivouac

[′biv·ə‚wak]
(ordnance)
An encampment set up for a short period of time by using tents.
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And the grenadier of the guard urged the horses over men and bivouacs with bloody wheels and a double line of corpses on either side of them.
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Caption: Bivouac hunting ensures that Jeremy will be in prime elk country at first light in the morning.
That leaves us with Un Ace, Bivouac, Ibis Du Rheu, Yala Enki and Westren Warrior.
Near Ar Raqqah, four strikes struck three ISIL headquarters and an ISIL bivouac, it said.
The task force said in a statement that the Syria strikes hit near Abu Kamal, Hasaka, al-Hawl, and included four strikes near Raqqa, where they destroyed three militant headquarters and a bivouac.
On this particularly long day, riders left the bivouac as usual before sunrise and rode for nearly seven hours between the special stage and the long road section at the end of the leg before reaching the rally bivouac to prepare for the next day of racing and allow the teams to work on the machines.
These included building a bivouac, or improvised shelter, and camping out in it; organising an inter-group Olympics event with Brownies and Rainbows; and holding a Diwali night to celebrate the Hindu festival of light.
The Qatari reached the bivouac 3min 39sec in front of Saudi Arabian Overdrive Toyota Hilux driver Yazeed Al-Rajhi.
Second on his British debut to Nicky Henderson's Bivouac, he was off the track injured for a year.
Nicky Henderson's Bivouac looked a smart prospect when successful at Sandown and also features amongst the 14 possible runners.
NICKY Henderson unleashed two potential Cheltenham Festival contenders in Bivouac and Vyta Du Roc as the Seven Barrows trainer recorded a double over hurdles at Sandown.