fire trench

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: trench - a trench especially constructed for the delivery of small-arms firefire trench - a trench especially constructed for the delivery of small-arms fire
trench - a ditch dug as a fortification having a parapet of the excavated earth
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February 1918 included trench tours at Epehy, ten days at Noislains for training, digging a fire trench near Gurlu Wood, work on new aerodromes at Cartigny and near Nurlu and digging the main line of defence near Peziere.
Guardsman Jordan Kalis Number 2 Company, 1st Battalion The Welsh Guards, covers his arcs from his fire trench |
Capt Hamilton had previously served with the Norfolk Regiment in South Africa and by a weird coincidence the German chef who cooked at a regimental dinner, at Piccadilly's Trocadero in 1912, cropped up in the "enemy" fire trench during the Christmas armistice.
Tenders are invited for Cleaning and Disposal of Ash accumulated in CD Bay Fire Trench and Blow Down Tank , Housekeeping, Cleaning and Disposal of Scrap Material inside premises of the Power Station and Transportation of 300Nos.
During January they worked on deepening and improving the front line south-east of Flesquieres, built extra accommodation at Bertincourt, repaired the Havrincourt- Flesquieres road, drained trenches and erected Nissen huts north of Ruyaulcourt, and dug a new fire trench near Trescault.