MacArthur, the supreme commander in the area, also commanded all U.S.
Grant commanded the Union armies which defeated the Confederacy in the civil war.
The National Guard, commanded by the Department of Defense, is often on standby too.
Palmer was my senior and commanded the two regiments as long as we remained together.
Army general who commanded the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) in Europe during World War I.
Prosecutors said that the accused commanded forces that were responsible for massacring civilians.
El-Shenawy, the goalkeeper, commanded the area around his net, coming out to punch away cross after cross.
Two or more companies make up a battalion, which has 400 to 1,200 troops and is commanded by a lieutenant colonel.
The three regiments were named Task Force Linden, because they were commanded by the division's deputy commander Brig.
He later commanded the Army of Tennessee, and after a series of defeats, went to Richmond to advise Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
During the 1980s my grandfather commanded thousands of fighters who had taken up arms against the Soviet Union when it occupied Afghanistan.
The Health Magistrate commanded harbor captains, guards and kacamorti (from the Italian cacciare, meaning to catch, and morte, meaning dead).
It was not clear how much beyond the presidential palace and the television the officers’ writ extended, or whether they commanded much support elsewhere in the Malian Army.
These commanded a view of the Srinagar-Leh highway, a major supply route to troops stationed at Siachen glacier, the world's highest battlefield, which the Indians occupied in 1984.
Adiaphorism, (from Greek adiaphora, “indifferent”), in Christian theology, the opinion that certain doctrines or practices in morals or religion are matters of indifference because they are neither commanded nor forbidden in the Bible.
Fridrik Fridriksson, who previously commanded the 11th MEU, has taken over Bronzi's command of the 15th MEU, a California-based unit that is currently deployed to the Central Command area of responsibility with the Makin Island Amphibious Readiness Group.
Just two weeks after the Central Park attack, before any of the boys had faced trial and while Meili remained critically ill in a coma, Donald Trump, whose office on Fifth Avenue commanded an exquisite view of the park’s opulent southern frontier, intervened.
Earlier, the police said they intended to deploy officers on rooftops of Kampala during the election period, saying that opposition activists commanded protests from high-rise building in November, when more than 50 people were killed after Bobi Wine was arrested.
Battle of Maipú, (April 5, 1818), during the South American wars of independence, a victory won by Argentine and Chilean rebels, commanded by José de San Martín, leader of the resistance to Spain in southern South America, over Spanish royalists, near Santiago, Chile.
While language-deficiency theories have since been discredited, Crummell's language analysis remains valuable for its attempt to describe the work that the deep features of the grammar of the colloquial English commanded by American blacks play in reasoning and discourse.
- an authoritative direction or instruction to do something
- be in command of
Example: The general commanded a huge army
- make someone do something
- a military unit or region under the control of a single officer
- demand as one's due
- the power or authority to command
- look down on
- availability for use
- exercise authoritative control or power over
- a position of highest authority
- great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity
- (computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program
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