siegeworks


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siegeworks

(ˈsiːdʒˌwɜːks)
n
(Building) constructions built by a besieging force
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Only trees that you know do not yield food may be destroyed; you may cut them down for constructing siegeworks against the city that is waging war on you, until it has been reduced (Deut.
The siegeworks and batteries were under the direction of the engineer, Captain John Hooper, and by the end of July a number of the defenders' cannon mounted on Raglan's towers had been silenced.
It wasn't until nine months after the start of the war, when as many as half of his troops had died of starvation and disease, that he managed to breach one of the castle's key defenses, and this was thanks to the defection from the Dutch side of a grandiose German alcoholic, who helped him design effective siegeworks (Andrade 2008b).
Adolf Schulten's early 1900s interpretation of the Late Roman Republic camps near Numantia in Spain are challenged in this report, as Dobson (archaeology, University of Exeter, UK) uses modern technology and recent fieldwork to reassess reconstructions, Scipionic siegeworks, and dates.
After signing a partnering agreement with SiegeWorks, a world leader in Network Security, 3SG can also provide security services equivalent to those offered in the Lower 48.
Visitors to Ninety Six will see one of the best examples of 18th century siegeworks in this country.
Only trees which you know do not yield food may be destroyed; you may cut them down for constructing siegeworks.