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Definition of Milliary
MilliaryMilliary Mil"li*a*ry, a. [L. milliarius containing a thousand,
fr. mille thousand: cf. F. milliaire milliary. See Mile.]
Of or pertaining to a mile, or to distance by miles; denoting
a mile or miles.
A milliary column, from which they used to compute the
distance of all the cities and places of note.
--Evelyn. MilliaryMilliary Mil"li*a*ry, n.; pl. Milliaries. [L. milliarium.
See Milliary, a.]
Meaning of Milliary from wikipedia
- special interest
are unit status reports
(renuntiae). One such shows
as under-strength, with only 752 instead
of the official
- form a Second Cohort
as well, both cohorts
1000 men strong
cohorts). Tausius, the Roman soldier
- so-called milliaria
size (literally "1,000-strong", actually
only 720 in milliary
alae and 800 in cohortes). But only a minority
- tightly wrapped around
core, with a wavy or kinked
wire is a stretched pearl
to a base of p****ing thread. Broad...
- Leicestershire, to which
an elaborate essay
on the Roman Milliary
at Leicester; and he gave material
****istance to Daines
- probably upgraded
to double-strength in or after
the 80's, which
is when milliary units first
appeared. The regiment
in 170 from a building
- Galamian, which turned
into a twelve-year ****ociation. Senofsky served
in the milliary during World
War II. Following
the war he debuted
in New York City and...
- structures), Hillforts
(only part of the defensive system
is preserved). Roman milliary
: it is located
of the town hall, and testifies
to the p****age...
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