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n.1.(Mil.) See Coehorn.
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This must have been the device of some Vauban or Cohorn of those early times.
Cohorn of Mary Kay thinks the concept of multi-tasking will become even more condensed in the future.
Joseph Joachim Thomas de Cohorn, Marquis de La Palun, governor of Bourbon and the town of Orange; discovered by Mireille Rambaud (AN, vol.
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