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  1. patrols

    A patrol is a detachment which is employed to obtain information respecting the enemy’s movements and position, and relating to the nature of the country over which the army has to move, and to keep open the communications between the different portions of a command. Patrols are generally composed entirely of cavalry, although they are sometimes composed of infantry and cavalry; and in very much broken and obstructed ground, it might be necessary that they contain only infantry.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of patrols in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of patrols in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of patrols in a Sentence

  1. Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi:

    We will undertake coordinated patrols in the maritime areas of our common concern.

  2. Defense Minister Panos Kammenos:

    Armed forces have been ordered to start patrols throughout Greece, and particularly in mountainous regions.

  3. Jeffrey Mankoff:

    It's not necessarily anything to be overly alarmed about as long as the patrols stay in international airspace.

  4. Segundo Julca:

    The Colombian military carries out a lot of patrols. The Peruvian side offers more security. They can grow coca easier.

  5. Ian Storey:

    This cannot be a one-off, the U.S. navy will have to conduct these kinds of patrols on a regular basis to reinforce their message.

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