Constabulatory

Related to Constabulatory: constable, constabulary

Con`stab´u`la`to`ry


n.1.A constabulary.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In early 1946, the Army slowed its return of troops from overseas to meet its constabulatory requirements in Germany and Japan, which elicited another public outcry to speed up demobilization.
Ralph the association does not solicit money from individual people, and the only approved entity to solicit on the association's behalf is the "Constabulatory."
The history describes the resentment of the actions of the British political establishment, the experiences and difficulties of the Royal Irish Constabulatory (RIC) during the campaign and its relationship to the army, views of the IRA, intelligence and tactical operations, and encounters such as the Partry Ambush and the burning of Ballinlough RIC Barracks.
Stated simply, the purpose of any military force ought to be "To maintain a combat-capable readiness to assure the security of the Nation." This differs significantly from the existing scenario where the Canadian military's combat readiness and effectiveness are constantly being degraded in order to participate in constabulatory peacekeeping missions.