Artillery park

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A collective body of siege or field artillery, including the guns, and the carriages, ammunition, appurtenances, equipments, and persons necessary for working them.
The place where the artillery is encamped or collected.

See also: Artillery, Artillery

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The program was launched at a press conference in Washington Square Artillery Park in the heart of the tourist district.
To help put all the fortifications in perspective, stop off at the Citadel (still in use by the Canadian forces) and Artillery Park to see an impressive, 200-year-old 3D city plan built by the citizens to show the British authorities the need for increased defences against the newly-formed U.S.
But the baby boy was eventually found hidden in the girl's bedroom in her parents'home in Artillery Park late on Tuesday.
At the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, the author makes the rather grand assumption that victory would have gone to Napoleon if his riders had been carrying nails to spike the enemy guns after the English artillery park had been overrun.
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